Department of Telecom (DoT) has issued demand notices to top 6 telecommunication firms & mobile operators in India on Tuesday, according to reports!
Just to remind, that these six companies have been charged by the Comptroller and Auditor General of under-reporting their adjusted gross revenue by Rs 46,045.75 crore for the period 2006-07 to 2009-10, due to which the government suffered a loss of Rs 12,488.93 crore by way of revenue share licence fee and spectrum usage charge, according to The Indian Express News agency.
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However, Airtel confirmed receiving the notice, while Vodafone India’s managing director Sunil Sood said he was yet to receive any such demand notice. The reason behind is because so far notices for the Delhi circle have been sent out and will be followed up by similar notices for other circles over the next fortnight, sources.