Unified Messaging Services
New policy for Voice Mail/Audiotex Service, in terms of NTP-1999 was announced in July 2001 by incorporating a new service, namely, Unified Messaging Service (UMS) is a system by which voice mails, fax and e-mails (all three) can be received from one mail box using telephone instrument, fax machine, mobile phones, internet browsers, etc. Presently, eight companies have 15 licences to provide these services in seven cities.
There is no licence fee for providing Voice Mail/Audiotex Service.
- Policy For Public Mobile Radio Trunk Service (External website that opens in a new window)
Policy for Public Mobile Radio Trunk Service (PMRTS) in terms of NTP-1999 was announced on 1 November 2001. PSTN connectivity is also permitted to PMRTS service. Presently 14 companies are granted 36 licences to provide these services in 18 cities. The Licence fee, which is in the form of revenue share, is 5 per cent of the adjusted gross revenue.
Source: National Portal Content Management Team, Reviewed on: 10-01-2011