Telecom operators inform DoT of sites to test alternate KYC process

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Telecom operators inform DoT of sites to test alternate KYC process



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New Delhi, Nov 8 Telecom service suppliers have knowledgeable the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) concerning the sites to excercise the Proof of Concept (POC) of the brand new non-Aadhaar KYC process.

Each operator would perform the process at two sites, as per a DoT notification.

The notification dated November 6 mentioned that Bharti Airtel would perform the process at Delhi and Meerut whereas Reliance Jio has listed two sites in Mumbai. Vodafone Idea, the newly merged entity would carry out the train at Delhi and Baramati in Maharastra.

The different personal participant Tata Teleservices has listed two sites in Haryana for the Proof of Concept train.

Among the general public sector gamers, BSNL would perform the process at two sites in Telangana, whereas MTNL has listed Mumbai and Delhi for a similar.

“Based on the POC results, further directions for any change in the process, if any, will be issued on the subject,” the notification mentioned.

As per the alternate digital KYC process proposed by the Telecom trade, the Customer Appliation Form (CAF) is to be embedded with reside {photograph} of subscriber together with the unique proof of indentity (POI) and proof of handle (POA) doc thereby digitizing the end-to-end process, it mentioned.

According to the division, all the process shall solely be used via the authenticated functions hosted by the licensees.

DoT additional mentioned that “only two mobile conections shall be provided per day per POI/POA document to a customer by a licensee”. The proposed process could be applicatble to every connection, it added.

The DoT had requested the Telecom operators to be prepared with the alternate KYC process by November 5, according to the Supreme Court’s verdict on September 26, through which the apex courtroom disallowed personal entities from possessing the Aadhaar particulars of their clients.

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New Delhi, Nov 8 Telecom service suppliers have knowledgeable the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) concerning the sites to excercise the Proof of Concept (POC) of the brand new non-Aadhaar KYC process.

Each operator would perform the process at two sites, as per a DoT notification.

The notification dated November 6 mentioned that Bharti Airtel would perform the process at Delhi and Meerut whereas Reliance Jio has listed two sites in Mumbai. Vodafone Idea, the newly merged entity would carry out the train at Delhi and Baramati in Maharastra.

The different personal participant Tata Teleservices has listed two sites in Haryana for the Proof of Concept train.

Among the general public sector gamers, BSNL would perform the process at two sites in Telangana, whereas MTNL has listed Mumbai and Delhi for a similar.

“Based on the POC results, further directions for any change in the process, if any, will be issued on the subject,” the notification mentioned.

As per the alternate digital KYC process proposed by the Telecom trade, the Customer Appliation Form (CAF) is to be embedded with reside {photograph} of subscriber together with the unique proof of indentity (POI) and proof of handle (POA) doc thereby digitizing the end-to-end process, it mentioned.

According to the division, all the process shall solely be used via the authenticated functions hosted by the licensees.

DoT additional mentioned that “only two mobile conections shall be provided per day per POI/POA document to a customer by a licensee”. The proposed process could be applicatble to every connection, it added.

The DoT had requested the Telecom operators to be prepared with the alternate KYC process by November 5, according to the Supreme Court’s verdict on September 26, through which the apex courtroom disallowed personal entities from possessing the Aadhaar particulars of their clients.

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