Universal Service Obligation Fund

  • It aims to provide non-discriminatory access to quality ICT services at affordable prices to people in rural and remote areas through subsidy support to incentivizing telecom service providers to venture forth and provide services to such target beneficiaries.

  • It was envisaged in National Telecom Policy, 1999 and was given statutory status through Indian Telegraph (Amendment) Act, 2003.

  • The resources are raised through a 'Universal Access Levy (UAL)', which would be a percentage of the revenue earned by the operators under various licenses.

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