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HC quashes Trai order removes 200 SMSes per day limit
Good news for mobile users who send hundreds of text smses every day to friends as the Delhi High Court has set aside the cap of 200 SMSes per day imposed by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India but upheld the curb on unwanted commercial SMSes.
The provision “infringes the freedom of speech of the citizens and the conditions imposed upon the freedom of speech is not reasonable”, acting chief justice A.K. Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw said.
The court has made a distinction between ordinary texters and those sending unsolicited commercial communication (UCC); the latter category, mainly commercial entities sending spam to mobile phone users, will face restrictions on the number of messages they can send daily.
The court allowed the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) to come out with more appropriate regulations for curbing commercial spam messages.
The limit on text messages imposed by Trai was part of new regulations to restrict unsolicited commercial communications (UCC) and was announced in December 2010 after consultations and discussions on the issue that started on 11 May 2010.
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