New Delhi: When the World Trade Centre (WTC) collapsed, the first thing many people did was call their local telephone company to inquire about whether they could call their new electric phone number.
This was done because the number was the first of its kind in the world, and because it was the only number that was registered with the government.
The number was called ‘The Electric Telephone’ (TEL), and it was officially a registered number in New Delhi.
This number was later renamed the ‘National Electric Telephone Number’.
The name ‘The National Electric Telephone number’ was also changed to the ‘Electric Telephone Number’ (ETN) in 1992, which was the name given to the company that started the project.
Today, the number remains a part of the telecoms network in India.
In addition to being the first ever national number for the telecom sector, it is the only one that was operated in India by the Indian government.
With the demise of the World Twin Towers (WTW) tower, the Indian Government decided to roll out the National Electric Phone Number (NEP) to the entire country.
In the years since then, there has been no shortage of attempts to change the name of the National Electricity Telephone Number (NEPT) to ‘Electric Telephone Number’.
As of March 2020, there are still a number of proposals on the drawing board for the new number, including one that proposes that the number should be known as ‘NEP-100’.
This is a proposal that is not supported by any credible scientific research.
In an interview with The Hindu, Ravi Kumar, a scientist from the National Institute of Technology, Mumbai, said that, for the last 30 years, he has been trying to create an Indian name for the National Electrification Phone Number.
The proposal for a name change to ‘National Electricity Telephone Numbers’ was first put forward in 2002, by the Bharatiya Teleservices Employees Association (BTTEA), which is a union representing telecom workers in India, as part of its fight against the introduction of an anti-competitive law in the country.
The proposed name change was supported by the then Telecom Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, who said that “a good name for an important number is one that has an international appeal”.
The proposed changes were approved by the Union Cabinet in December 2016, and the name change has now become a reality.
The current name of this number is ‘NepTEL’ and it is currently available to call from any number.
The NEPT is currently the only national number that is used by the Government in India and, although the number has a long history in India as a national number, the current number is being phased out.
The new name will be available to all users who want to call this number, and is currently being phased in across all networks.
The National Electrified Telephone Network (NEptNet) is an ambitious project to transform the telecom network in the entire Indian territory, which aims to provide the country with the greatest number of broadband and mobile services possible.
According to the project, the total number of users in India is projected to increase from 8.5 million today to 12.6 million by 2020.
The Network Vision Project, an initiative of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, is one of the main aims of the NEptNet.
The project has already achieved the goal of doubling the number of fibre optic networks in India to 3 million.
The total amount of fibre fibre optic fibre that has been built by NEptnet so far has already reached $1.4 billion.
The programme aims to ensure that by 2020, every Indian household can have broadband connectivity to the internet.
The plan to roll this out over five years is set to be completed by 2021.
The next step is to roll it out to the whole country by 2021, to ensure all Indians are connected to the global internet by then.
The main objective of this project is to make the country a global technology hub.
The government aims to have broadband and wireless connectivity to all Indian homes by 2021 and to achieve 100 percent penetration of mobile phones by 2021 to give the country the best connectivity possible.
This project will help the country achieve this goal.