India Telecom Blackout days 2015


‘Blackout days’ refer to the day on which the service providers do not allow free or concessional voice calls and SMS offered by them under any plan or package, such as festivals like Diwali, Holi, etc.

Blackout days are conditional like blackout days shall not exceed five in a calendar year and no alteration in any such date is allowed after the package is subscribed by the consumer.

A list of blackout days applicable for the calendar year shall be displayed on the website of service providers, before start of every calendar year and shall be published, service area wise, along with the tariff plans of the service provider, every six months, the regulator added.



Source : TRAI

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