TRAI writes a letter to key ministries, associations, NIC for new norms for bulk SMS

Telecom Regulator Association India (TRAI) has written a letter to key ministries, associations, NIC for new norms for bulk SMS. The new order regulations on bulk messages after March 31.

NIC has assured the regulator that in the country to assist government organizations and agencies and resolve any issue as a regulator for commercial message after 31 March.

After 1 April, TRAI asked for a solid regulator ban overall unregistered bulk SMS from telemarketers and other companies. The National Informatics Centre (NIC) provides technology support to governance services.

TRAI has also written to entities such as NIC, CDAC as well as all government organizations. The regulator has written to key stakeholders across sectors informing them at length.

The entities and organizations under their jurisdiction to “strictly comply with the new regulatory requirements without further delay.

TRAI has introduced a new regulatory requirement for commercial messages based on blockchain technology aim to corn on fraudulent messages sends to the users by Telemarketers.

Trai has released a list of 40 “defaulter” principal entities including large banks like HDFC Bank, SBI, and ICICI Bank that were not fulfilling its regulatory norms on bulk commercial messages.