New Delhi: State-run BSNL will begin providing as much as 10 occasions quicker broadband pace at 100 mbps and as much as 20 occasions extra information obtain restrict for its prospects in Andaman and Nicobar Islands from Monday, the corporate stated on Sunday.
The announcement from BSNL comes a day earlier than the launch of two,312 kilometre lengthy Chennai-Andaman and Nicobar Islands (CANI) submarine optical fibre cable mission by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Despite many challenges the project is completed in a scheduled timeline and without any cost overrun. Being a first of its kind project in India, BSNL ensured that the laying of submarine optical fibre cable is completed as per global specification to ensure quality,” BSNL chairman and managing director P Okay Purwar stated. BSNL will improve information speeds throughout all of the plans between 2-10 occasions after the launch of the mission with out charging any further quantity from the shoppers, in keeping with particulars shared by the corporate.
“For BSNL wire line segment, copper broadband customers are now provided with higher speeds which is up to 10Mbps and up to 15 times more data download ranging from 30 GB to 750 GB in a month on its existing plans,” the assertion stated. The information pace restriction after the obtain restrict, will even be enhanced from 512 kbps to as much as 2 Mbps in numerous plans, it added.
“BSNL FTTH (Optical Fibre) prospects are additionally supplied with increased pace as much as 100 Mbps and as much as 15 occasions information quantity obtain starting from 60 GB to 1500 GB in a month on its current plans.
The information pace restriction after the obtain restrict, can also be enhanced from 512 kbps to as much as four Mbps in numerous plans,” the statement said. BSNL customers who have subscribed to the high end plan of ₹7,999 shall be upgraded from 10 mbps pace to 100…