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Trai's DCA platform for stemming out spam, pesky calls in next 2-3 months

The DCA will accelerate the process of getting consumer consent on the distributed ledger technology platform (DLT) mandated by Trai

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In the next two-three months, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) will launch a digital consent authorisation (DCA) platform in a bid to reduce spam and pesky calls, a report in The Economic Times (ET) said. The DCA will accelerate the process of getting consumer consent on the distributed ledger technology platform (DLT) mandated by Trai. 

"The DCA will be ready in two-three months. Currently, we are undertaking testing for it. Once it is rolled out, customers can whitelist their numbers on the platform," an official told ET

In 2018, Trai had asked telcos to deploy DLT systems where they

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First Published: Feb 21 2023 | 9:57 AM IST

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