Around 30,000- 35,000 customers in Haryana have requested to change their cellular operator as per MNP. This number happens to be just less than 1% of the 17 million strong consumer base in Haryana. Looks like MNP has not picked up with Indian user as expected.

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After much fuss over Mobile Number Portability in India, the Indian Govt. finally begun the service in India starting from Haryana. At the launch event, the Communications and IT Minister of India, Mr Kapil Sibal said that the entire country would get Mobile Number Portability (MNP) from January 20, 2011.

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MNP in India

TRAI and DOT announced today that Indian users will get Mobile Number Portability by October 31.

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mobile number portability

TRAI Chairman J S Sarma announced yesterday that mobile number portability (MNP) will be implemented nationwide from October 31 without any further delay.

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Last time we blogged stating that operators are ready for the Mobile Number portability (MNP) to be implemented by March 2010 , but it looks like that isn’t true anymore. This time it is BSNL to be blamed for the delay.

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If you remember, Mobile Number Portability (MNP) was to be introduced back in December 31st, ‘09 but that didn’t happen cause the operators weren’t ready technologically back then. The deadline was then extended to 31st March and now state owned telecom operators BSNL and MTNL are ready to meet the deadline. If you turned in late, MNP allows users to change their service provider without having to change their number.

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