In conjunction of World Telecommunication Day, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is set to launch 4G / Y-Max 4G in Indore – today Friday, May 17, 2013. According to Ganeshchandra Pandey, General Manager of BSNL, Indore, the speed of the 4G internet services vary from 512 KB to 2MB.
Customer can apply for the service through SMS (9425913111) and e-mail at [email protected] Costs of various plans in 4G internet service is different and starts from Rs 220 to Rs 7000 per month. The connection to this wireless internet service is available in all over Indore. In addition, BSNL also offers the convenience of collecting the application form from the customer’s home. Internet connectivity will begin within 48 hours after making the reservation.
This new services is expected to bring a revolutionary change among the internet users and the department is expecting an overwhelming response from public as well. Live demo of fast 4G internet service will be given at BSNL office of Nehru Park on Friday.
Meanwhile BSNL may also roll out mobile networks in Naxal areas. Read the latest report at http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/telecom/bsnl-may-roll-out-mobile-networks-in-naxal-areas/articleshow/20102977.cms.
Just after the release of 3G network over various parts of India, it’s time for the next 4th generation. Is India ready to switch to 4G?
Reliance Jio (which means “live” in Hindi) has an exclusive license to provide 4G services across India. Most mobile phones in India run on slower, older technologies.
Even as telecom operators such as Airtel, Aircel, Videocon and RIL gear up to push the fourth-generation mobile broadband services in India, mobile manufacturers are also looking to tap the forthcoming trend. And now LG has announced it is going to soon launch LTE TDD supported 4G smartphones in the Indian market this year.
Vodafone may face more challenges in the Indian market, as its Indian partner Piramal Enterprises mulls exit from the company, reports Economic Times.
Source: Telecom Lead
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