Top telcos petition PM on one-time levy on spectrum
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"In fact, the government is on record stating that the spectrum charges have increased eighty times over the last decade," it said.
Besides, the firms cited an affidavit filed by the Department of Telecom in TDSAT, which said no spectrum in excess of what is permissible, has been granted to any operator.
"Further, the government averred more than twelve times on the floor of Parliament that the spectrum allocation and charging regime is as per the policy and guidelines of the government," it added.
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