I would like to compare call failure data of last 1 Month. This data will let you know about how many customers are being affected by POI issue between telecom operators.
Call Failure Details for 23 Sep 2016
Call Failure Details for 1 Oct 2016
Call Failure Details for 15 Oct 2016
Call Failure Details for 7 Nov 2016
Also, you can check that the call drop issue is more with Airtel followed by Vodafone and Idea. These 3 companies tried to compete with Jio by blocking calls but in actual they suffer from huge loss.
The second good news which is for all consumers, is a new law in which for every call drop, culprit operator have to pay Re 1. TRAI is going to implement this new rule and you can get compensation for 3 calls in one day. However, this law is still on stay because Airtel, Vodafone and Idea thinks that this law is going to improve networks, so how they are going to earn money.
What will happen if this law become a part of TRAI's Rules and Regulations?First of all these operators are not focusing on solving call drop issue because for every call drop they are earning some money. If TRAI had implemented this law earlier, then there will be no call drop issue. No operator want to give compensation for call drops. If this law become mandatory to follow then this will be giving 1 Rs for 1 call drop. Now according to above data, call drops for Airtel is 4.7 crore. So they need to pay 4.7 crore Rupees if this new law is passed.
But the problem is that there are no such strict rules and that is why companies are not able to improve call failures.