AUSPI

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AUSPIAssociation of Unified Service Providers of India
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Sources said it sent its letter to the Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India (AUSPI) to withdraw from the membership of the body recently.
The Cellular Operators Association of India and the Association of Unified Service Providers in India ( AUSPI) in their joint submission said that internet is an eco- system in itself which encompasses different stakeholders such as access services provisioning entities ( telecom operators and internet services firm), content services provisioning entities, services enabling entities ( Device Manufactures) and services subscription entities which are users.
Former Secretary General of industry body AUSPI SC Khanna said "All big companies they are debt-ridden.
The study was commissioned in tandem by COAI and AUSPI, whose related aims include sustaining a world-class cellular infrastructure in India, the new finding come as a response to growing public concern over myths associated with the emissions from the cellular mobile towers and its alleged health effects on the human body.
Telecom service providers are required to submit full details of the arrangements with content providers so as to enable the Authority to take a view as to whether or not such arrangements are compliant with the regulations, Trai has stated in a letter to the Cellular Operators Association of India ( COAI) and the Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India ( AUSPI).
This decision comes after the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) and the Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India (AUSPI) had written to TRAI saying that the compensation policy would force them to increase tariff rates in order to recover costs.
Representing GSM and CDMA operators, COAI and AUSPI have jointly addressed a letter to the telecom regulator, expressing their concerns regarding the new guidelines.
The telecom regulator on February 22 had recommended a base price of ` 2,685 crore per MHz for CDMA airwaves, which, AUSPI said, is 47 per cent higher than the minimum price earlier approved by the empowered group of ministers on telecom, and 80 per cent higher than the base price of 1,800 MHz-- generally known as 2G spectrum.
The Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India (AUSPI) has also opposed the move, saying that the factors are often beyond an operator's direct control.
However COAI's rival, the Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India ( Auspi), welcomed the recommendation.