A senior TRAI official, who did not wish to be named, said the regulator is hopeful of firming up its views by November-end but did not divulge further details.
That review had brought down the termination charge for an international incoming call to wireline and wireless networks to 30 paise per minute with effect from February 1, 2018.
Though the government auctioned red sanders several times earlier, it allowed the buyers to export it in the form of logs.
Similarly, the company has brought down the cost of its two-month plan to Rs 333 and offer additional 1,000 minutes of outgoing calls.
Trai's move to reopen the deadline for ending charges for terminating calls on rival networks beyond January 2020 had forced Jio to levy a 6 paisa per minute charge.
The day saw executives from Jio and Airtel taking digs at their respective rival’s stance on the issue during interactions with the media.
The telecom company said that these players have invested in wrong technologies that have cost them dearly and they cannot offset inefficiency in their networks.
BSNL/MTNL paid Rs 1,405 crore as IUC charges, said the techINSIGHT report which is based on TRAI's annual report published in September this year.
Jio had announced on Wednesday that it will begin charging customers for outgoing calls made to rival networks at six paise a minute to recover the interconnect usage charge applicable on such calls.