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Telecom Industry Requires Certainty: KPMG

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January 28: EGoM headed by Finance Minister P. Chidambaram decided to keep spectrum usage charge (SUC) rate for broadband wireless access companies unchanged at 1% of their adjusted gross revenue. It also fixed the SUC rate at 5% for bidders in upcoming auctions, going against the TRAI's recommendation of 3% of adjusted gross revenue. Bloomberg TV India speaks to Romal Shetty, Head of the Telecom Practice, KPMG India, to understand the impact of the decision on the upcoming auctions.