CBIC instructs officers to allow TSPs to import wireless equipment based on Self declared DoT certificate

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CBIC Customs officials Department of Telecommunications

Instruction No 23/2021 – Customs Dated November 23, 2021

The CBIC instructed Customs officials to allow import of wireless equipment by Telecom Services Providers as per the certificate obtained on self-declaration basis from Saralsanchar portal of Department of Telecommunications (‘DoT’). The officer can scan the QR code available on such certificate and check the necessary details.

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