Pan India MNP (Mobile Number Portability) will be rolled out today – and while operators have been marketing their offering aggressively, MNP will surely put a pressure on telecom operators to improve their QoS (Quality of Service).
Loop Mobile has gone to an extent of announcing ‘Network Challenge’ – they will compensate subscribers for call drops and importantly, if they fail to activate a service within 15 minutes, they will offer you coffee at CCD!.
Which telecom operator do you think will suffer the most? From what I noticed on Twitter, Airtel seems to be a common choice.
Aside, reports from Haryana’s MNP service suggests that Vodafone was the biggest gainer.
Recommended Read: MNP In India – FAQs. How Would It Work For Users?.