Segregate Service Provision from Network Operation and use Universal Numbering Plan.

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Segregate Service Provision from Network Operation and use Universal Numbering Plan to usher in for Multi-media Telecom services. http://wp.me/p1ZsI2-t

Introduction: In spite of the few hiccups in the beginning, the privatization has pushed Telecom business in India making the services available and affordable to common man. However, giving license to more and more companies would not be ideal at this point of time.

There was a time the monopoly telecom provider could not meet the needs of a growing country. Things have changed; there are enough Service Providers now who can jointly meet the growing need. 

Too many new Networks put pressure on the business viability of the industry, the availability of spectrum etc. Lowering of returns and margins will kill the initiative to innovate and provide more products, features and facilities without  too much increase in cost of usage.

Another important aspect is that, with rolling out High Bit rate data products, the…

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Vision & Objective: Telecom has always been the passion of my life. After 55 years of outstanding career and many personal contributions to the industry, I still have same urge, and desire to give back to the industry, the abundant experience, knowledge and potential acquired, by providing consultancy service to forward looking enterprises and entrepreneurs in Legacy and New generation Telecom & IT in the areas of Business Management, Technology, Engineering and Services. Apolitical and religiously unbiased.
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