What is the eligibility of filing an application for ISP License in India?
All the companies which are registered under Companies Act, 1956/2013 is eligible to obtain ISP License in India. It means that one has to be a registered company before applying for the ISP License in India.
What are the categories of ISP License ?
ISP License is categorized into three categories:
And following categories depend upon the various factors such as City/State/Town/District/Village
-Class A ( National Area)
-Class B (Telecom Circle/ Metro Area)
-Class C (Secondary Switching Area)
How to file an application for ISP License in India?
1.The first step is to select an ISP license thereafter an application is required to be filled.
2.Then an applicant has to pay non-refundable processing fee of INR 15000/- either by DD or pay order from a scheduled bank payable at New Delhi on the name of Pay and Accounts officer (Headquarter) DOT along with the 2 copies of application form.
3.Besides this, other official documents are required to be provided as per the prescribed guidelines of the government.
After filing of the application form the government official will verify the application and respond back within a period of 60 days. After verifying if Department does not find any issue or discrepancy then they will issue “Letter of Intent”.
What will be the Validity?
ISP authorization will be issued for a period of 20 years under the Unified License.
What is ISP License?
Department of Telecommunication (DOT) has requested the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) for recommendations on ISP License. ISP sector was opened to private operators in 1998 with a view to encouraging the growth of Internet and increase Internet penetration.
Who will provide internet?
ISP is a company such as AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, of Bright House that provides internet access to companies, families, and even mobile users,. ISPs use Fibre optics, satellite, copper wire, and other forms to provide internet access to its customers.
When does Local ISP works?
When you connect to the internet, your computer becomes part of the networks, at work you may be part of a Local area (LAN) but you most likely still connect to the internet using an ISP that your company has contacted with. When you connect to your ISP, you become part of their network.