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India is on the Verge to Ban Chinese WiFi Devices

Since last year, India has been banning the import of several WiFi modules from China. The country has even banned several Chinese services in the country.

Since last year, India has banned several Chinese products and services in the country. Huawei is one of the companies that has been facing some challenges. Other companies/services include PUBG Mobile and TikTok. And now we hear that the country is also banning the import of WiFi products from China.

Not only this, some ancient and renowned companies, including Dell, HP, Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, and Lenovo, are unable to ship their devices. Not just this, the country has also banned companies that use WiFi modules from China. 

According to GizChina, India has postponed importing finished electronic equipment from China that contains WiFi modules. Bluetooth speakers, wireless headsets, smartphones, smartwatches and laptops, are all those facing this hurdle.

For those unaware of the situation, this ban is placed by the Wireless Planning and Coordination Department (WPC) under the Ministry of Communications of India has deferred the import of these devices.

Not only this, more than 80 such applications from the US, China, and Korea have been waiting for WPC’s approval. Even some Indian companies are waiting for WPC’s approval.

As of now, we heard that the country had banned over 100 Chinese applications. And here, too, China is not the only one getting this punishment. According to a recent report, India is considering banning cryptocurrencies.

News Desk is the author at Research Snipers covering all technology news including Google, Apple, Android, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung News, and More. News Desk is managed by a senior editor at Research Snipers.

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