2.3+ lakh MNP requests Rejected in Delhi Till July


Kapil Sibal today in Rajya Sabha Said “Over 2.3 lakh requests for mobile number portability (MNP) have been rejected out of a total 8.4 lakh requests.”

“Total 8,39,471 requests for MNP have been received in Delhi licence service area with all service providers till July 31 out of which MNP was allowed in 6,11,179 cases,” Communications Minister Kapil Sibal informed the Rajya Sabha Today.

Mobile Number Portability is a service which Allows a Mobile User to Change One Operator to another Which was Started on Jan 20 Pan India.

The Reasons for MNP requests were use of wrong unique porting code, subsisting contractual obligations and blacklisted subscriber numbers. The Telecom Minister also said “32.43 percent of the requests were rejected because of using wrong porting code, while 23.84 percent were denied the service due to subsisting contractual obligations with Exit network”

Yesterday Trai Issued notices to 4 Telecom Operators for violating MNP Norms.