New Delhi, Feb.6 (ANI): Telcom companies has asked the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to withdraw its test reports arguing that the reports do not portray the actual performance of their networks and there was a wide divergence between the results of the tests done by them and those by the regulator.
As per the test report, none of telecom operators showed improvement in call drops in Mumbai, Pune and Bhubaneswar.
“This is despite the fact that tests were conducted on the same routes and using the same methodology as adopted by the Trai-appointed agencies,” the telecom companies said in a letter to TRAI.
“It is disappointing that instead of providing the logs to telecom service providers, Trai has chosen to publish our request to provide the logs. This method of publishing unratified drive test reports and operator comments alongside is misleading, incorrect and misrepresentative of actual performance of QoS parameters of the member operators’ network,” the letter said. (ANI)