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`No case for higher cell call charges'

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NEW DELHI: Cellular companies have no case to increase the call charges due to imposition of a fresh surcharge on certain types of calls made by roaming subscribers, according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).

The TRAI reiterated that the "minor'' change (30 paise) in case of calls originated from mobile subscribers roaming outside their home network and terminating in mobile subscribers in the visited service area is "likely to have no impact on the domestic consumer roaming tariff as they are already charging about Rs. 3 to Rs. 5 a minute from national roaming subscribers.''

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