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3 g scam

  1. 1. 3G SCAM
  2. 2.  Names of the group members  Harsha Godhwani  Dipti  Mamta Karira  Nisha Jain  Sangeeta V  Chandni Zaveri
  3. 3. IntroductionWhat is 3G ..?? 3G- set of standards used for mobile devices and mobile telecommunication services and networks that comply with the International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT- 2000) specifications by the International Telecommunication Union.
  4. 4. Government’s Decision
  5. 5. Auction Process Each of the auctions for 3g spectrum in India would be separate. Bidders have authentication -tokens and passwords. The auctioneer Rothchild and Dotecon will announce higher price.
  6. 6. Companies Participated Bharti Airtel Aircel Idea Cellular Reliance Communications S Tel Tata Teleservices Vodafone Essar
  7. 7. Results of AuctionTelecom Bharti Vodafone Aircel Reliance Idea Tata STelCircle Airtel comm Cellular tele/Tata (GSM) DocomoDelhi Yes Yes No Yes No No NAMumbai Yes Yes No Yes No No NAKolkata No Yes Yes Yes No No NAChennai Yes Yes Yes No No No NAGujarat No Yes No No Yes Yes NAMaharas No Yes No No Yes Yes NAhtra &Goa
  8. 8. THE SCAM Collusive Bidding Violation of Licenses Roll out Obligations
  9. 9. Collusive Bidding Strategic bidding by Vodafone, Bharati , Airtel and Idea. Out of 22 service areas, Vodafone has secured license for 9, Airtel for 13 and Idea for 9. Against the total license fee of Rs. 16,750.6 crore, they saved saving thereby over Rs.20,000 crore.
  10. 10. Violation of License After Bidding Scenario in front of Trial- they are now offering full blown-pan Indian services. Companies pretending that they are using roaming arrangements. But Roaming is defined as; “the ability for a cellular customer to automatically make and receive voice calls, send and receive data, or access other services when travelling outside the geographical coverage area of the home network, by means of using a visited network.” So it clearly say; that It cannot be used to offer services in areas where the operator does not have a license or a network.
  11. 11. Roll Out Obligations Roll out obligations for the telecom companies. E.g. BSNL..
  12. 12. Government’s reactionNational Telecom policy -2012
  13. 13.  Department of Telecom – DoT TRAI – Telecom regulatory authority of India
  14. 14. Consequences Loss to Exchequer Damage to other parties.