Using this service, calls can be made within India on MTNL/BSNL HD-Voice and video telephony network
New Delhi: State-run telecom service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) on Thursday launched its video telephony service in Delhi and Mumbai, the first by any service provider in these two cities.
Inaugurating the service in New Delhi, Communications Minister Kapil Sibal said that this service will change the way people communicate with each other without travelling and will improve their quality of life in many ways.
The Minister said that the service is ideal for communication and applications like tele-medicine, tele-education and e-Governance adding that the service would save time, cost and will improve productivity.
Using this service, calls can be made within India on MTNL/BSNL HD-Voice and video telephony network and the video call charges would be Rs 2.50 per minute.