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New Delhi: The installation of mobile towers is expected to accelerate in key areas of the city, as the South Delhi Municipal Corporation decided to cut tariffs by 40%.
According to the newly notified tariffs, cellular operators and telecom service providers will have to pay a fee of Rs 3 lakh for five years for rooftop towers as well as for ground towers. Previously, the rates for five years were Rs 5 lakh per site. For poles less than 12 meters high, a fee of Rs 25,000 has been set per operator for a period of five years. The Cellular Operators Association had moved Delhi’s high court against the earlier fee hike.
A spokesperson for the SDMC said the civic body had previously approved a proposal to set fees at Rs 1 lakh per year. The agency had also set an additional 25% per site for sharing tours. “Cellular operators and telecom service providers were supposed to pay a minimum charge of Rs 5 lakh for five years. The Cellular Operators Association and the Telecom and Infrastructure Provider Association have moved the Delhi High Court against the fee hike. municipality, the Association of cellular operators and the Association of telecommunications and infrastructure providers have set the new price per intervention (sic), ”said the civic body in a statement.
The spokesperson said the move was likely to improve facilities for citizens by strengthening the mobile network and related infrastructure.
Mobile operators will now have to pay Rs 3 lakh per site for five years, which translates into a monthly fee of Rs 5,000. “While this move will reduce the company’s revenue to some extent, it will help bolster the mobile network, ”the spokesperson said.
However, the civic body clarified that in the event of towers / poles installed without authorization before January 5, 2021, the authorization fees would be billed according to the previous applicable rates. “Telecommunications service providers will have to pay a one-time fee of Rs 10,000 for each request to cover administrative expenses. Authorization fees can be revised after five years,” said the head of SDMC.
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