Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has launched a new Trai tariff portal.that will users to see as well as compare different tariffs from different telecom providers on a single platform. special tariff vouchers (STV), Combo packs, Top up recharge, and promotions.Through this portal, customers can compare all tariff plans of telecom operators in the country. TRAI has been trying to bring transparency in tariff plans for some time now. That is why this step has been taken. trai tariff portal is currently in beta stage.
TRAI tariff portal
On the trai tariff portal, customers can see regular tariffs, STVs, special tariff vouchers, promotional tariffs and value-added service plans. Apart from this, all plans can be seen. For the time being, Delhi Circle information is available on the website. In future, information for all circles will be made available on the portal. Customers can compare both postpaid and prepaid plans here. tariff.trai.gov.in The website of this link has been made public. Customers can also go here and give feedback.
Here’s how TRAI’s tariff portal for comparing data tariffs will work:
Telecommunication Regulator TRAI said in a statement that the introduction of the beta version of the website, which can be compared to the service or fee rates of different telecom companies. TRAI believes that this step will result in greater transparency regarding the tariff rates of various companies and will get more information. This will benefit the customers. At present, telecom companies give information about their tariff rates on their respective websites. According to TRAI, new platforms will benefit customers, while other partners will also be able to perform comparative analysis.
TRAI’s new portal has been simplified to use. There are options to compare landline and mobile prepaid as well as postpaid plans, so Trai’s website is covering a wide range of categories. Users can choose one operator or several operators to know more about tariffs in different telecom operators. The portal also has a feedback option, in which users need to type the Raibak before entering and submitting their mobile number.