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No Airtel 3G in Kerala

Trivandrum, April 11: Bharati Airtel was cancelled licences by the Supreme Court to provide 3G roaming services to zones including Kolkata, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh East and Kerala. Airtel does not have licence to provide 3G service to the above zones. 

The apex court also said that no strong action will be taken against the network provider for allegedly illegally providing 3G services. Airtel was issued a notification by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on March 15 restraining it from providing 3G intra-circle roaming facilities in seven circles where it did not have the spectrum. 

Dot had also levied penalty of Rs. 350 crore (Rs 50 crore per circle) for allegedly violating the licence terms and conditions. 

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