The regulators in India are ready to allow the service providers to provide 4G wireless Voice service; however, this has a price of 16.58 Rupees or $306 millions to be pay before the government will allows this to happen.
India is probably the only country that charges the service provider for the rights to sell voice communication in their own spectrum. It would make sense because voice (whether it is VOIP or VoLTE) is a minor data usage and that it is disrupting the traditional model by competing in price by lowering the cost. As a response, the regulators are just trying to save money for themselves.
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