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Jio writes to TRAI blaming rivals of spreading rumours, Airtel rebuts

NEW DELHI, DEC 14 (IANS) | Publish Date: 12/14/2020 12:25:07 PM IST

Reliance Jio has approached the telecom regulator, saying that its rivals Bharti Airtel and Vodafone India have resorted to “unethical” means and have spread “false” rumours that the Mukesh Ambani-led company will benefit from the recent farm bills.

In a letter to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Jio has blamed both its major rivals of running a vicious campaign. As per the company, it has received a large number of port out requests, wherein the customers have cited that it is the sole reason for porting out of Jio, although they don’t have any complaints or other issues related to its services.
Jio claimed that both Airtel and Vodafone India are directly or indirectly involved in supporting and furthering the ensued notions, and “false frivolous” rumours of Reliance being an undue beneficiary of the farm bills. In response to the complaint by Jio, Airtel has written to TRAI described the complaint as “outrageous” and “scurrilous”.
In its letter, Airtel said: “Airtel has operated in the telecom industry for 25 years. During this period, we have competed hard in the market place and striven to serve our customers with excellence. At the same time we take great pride in treating our competitors and partners with respect.”
It said that the current complaint deserves to be dismissed. “It is in poor taste and is scurrilous to say the least,” Airtel said.
 

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