The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has contemplated changing the mobile phone numbering scheme in the country. According to the report, TRAI has invited suggestions from people about digitizing 11 instead of 10 digits of existing phone numbers. TRAI has issued a discussion paper in this regard titled ‘Development of Integrated Marks Scheme’. This plan is for both mobile and landline lines. With such a growing population, it has been said to deal with the demand of telecom connection and in view of the needs. Let’s know everything related to this …
One of the major reasons for this is the increasing demand for telecom connections.
Actually TRAI wants to work on many such options, including changing a mobile numbering system.
About 210 crore new telecom connections can be provided with the existing mobile numbers starting from 9, 8 and 7.
By the year 2050, about 260 crore new numbers will be required in addition to the existing numbers in the country. Explain that the government has already started a 13-digit number series for mutual Internet connectivity Internet of the things between machines.
Earlier India changed its numbering system twice, which happened in 1993 and 2003. At that time 75 crore new phone connections were created from the numbering plan in 2003. Of this, 45 crore cellular and 30 crore basic or landline phone numbers were included.
TRAI believes that due to the increasing number of mobile connections, the time has come to change the existing system of 10 digit mobile numbers.
Not only mobile phones, but fixed line numbers can also be changed to 10 digit numbering.