The reports from various sources claimed that India will allow wireless broadband airwave holders to provide voice services if they pay an additional Rs. 1658 crores.according to a senior government official said on Monday that a move likely to boost billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Ltd.Reliance Industries, controlled by India's richest man, is the only company with 4G broadband airwaves. through buying airwaves in a 2010 auction The company re-entered the fiercely competitive sector and has so far invested at least $3.5 billion.
Firms which own the BWA ( broadband wireless access ) airwaves that can provide voice services if they pay a fee of 16.58 billion rupees along with high-speed Internet , R. Chandrashekhar, the top bureaucrat at the telecommunications ministry, told reporters.
he said that There is no restriction on the technology that is being used (to provide voice services),"