A list of telecoms providers and their service rates.
Telecoms providers are the backbone of the Indian economy.
They help people communicate with one another, run businesses and deliver basic services like phone, TV and internet.
They’re also at the centre of the ongoing debate over the proposed “Internet Tax” which would make Internet service a taxable service.
While these services are essential to a country’s economy, they’re also highly competitive.
It’s estimated that the average Indian consumer spends more than US$1,000 per year on internet, according to research firm eMarketer.
And it’s also an industry that thrives on high prices, so a new tax is a major headache for the telecoms industry.
In fact, the telecom industry has already started to plan a response to the Internet Tax.
The government’s Digital India plan, which aims to digitise the country’s public services, is expected to create more jobs, spur investment and increase revenue for the government.
But this has led to a new debate on the proposed tax.
Many telecom providers have been vocal in opposing the tax.
They say that it will hurt the industry, and they’ve also warned that it could cause a severe hit on their margins.
The government, however, has been pushing to bring in the tax without considering the telecom sector’s concerns.
In its Budget speech on December 19, the government unveiled a plan to tax internet services by providing the tax on a per-use basis, which is much lower than the current 1 per cent rate.
But the telecom companies are not happy about the tax as they say that they would be penalised for the same reason that other industries would be.
They argue that the tax will hurt their business and their margins, as they would need to raise additional revenue to cover the cost of the tax or even lower the price.
The telecoms companies say that a 1 per-user rate is too low, and it’s the same as the proposed Internet Tax, which will see Internet service prices fall.
The telecoms, in turn, argue that a tax on all Internet services will hit them, because it will affect the quality of their services.
Telecommunications industry bodies have also been pushing for the tax to be introduced at a lower rate.
In a recent submission to the ministry of corporate affairs, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) wrote that it was “fortunate” that the government is taking a “pro-competitive” approach and that the proposed 1 per user tax “is being sought as a tool to promote telecoms growth and create jobs”.
The submission says that a lower tax rate will encourage more investment and encourage telecom companies to open new service lines and reduce the cost per user of services.
According to the telecom operators, a tax at the 1 per users rate will cause the industry to struggle, as this is the highest tax rate for telecoms in the world, and many are also concerned that the industry could suffer.
TeleComs operators are also worried that the new tax will harm their business because they will need to cut staff and increase prices to cover this.
The industry has also raised the possibility of an antitrust probe against the government if it imposes the tax at a higher rate.
However, the biggest concern among the telecom players is that the proposal will hurt them economically, which has led them to propose a new proposal, known as the “Internet Neutrality Tax”.
The proposal is aimed at “reducing the costs” of telecom services.
The proposal says that the “tax would not affect the basic service of telecom service providers, and the tax would not be levied on any telecommunications service provider that provides telecommunication services for the sole purpose of providing telecommunication service to end users.”
The proposal also says that any telecom provider that has a revenue sharing arrangement with any of the service providers in the country can not levy a tax, but the company will be able to set up a special tax-free account in which the tax-exempt revenue will be distributed to the companies in the same manner as a corporate tax.
The proposal says there will be no discriminatory provision for any particular service provider.
And the proposal states that there will not be any preferential treatment for any telecommunications provider.
But the telecom providers say that the proposals are vague and vague and the new proposal is “unprecedented”.
The telecom operators argue that telecom services are already taxed under the “Digital India” plan and that they will have to “adjust to the new level of tax” if the proposed rate is higher.
TeleCOMs operators have also raised questions about the validity of the proposal.
Some of them say that there is no legal basis for the proposed proposal and that it is “highly unlikely” that telecom companies will actually pay any tax under the proposal, as it is only a proposal.
And even if they did, they would still have to pay the existing rate.
Tele telecoms operators, however do not think that the plan will