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BSNL upgrades minimum broadband speed to 2 Mbps

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Ravishankar PrasadCommitted to the Government’s Digital initiatives, BSNL has decided to upgrade broadband speed to minimum 2 Mbps at no additional cost on a pan-India Basis from 1st October 2015,  Communications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad announced.

This is another major service offering from BSNL for the benefits of customers in continuation to offering free night calling from BSNL landline  to all operator network from 9:00 PM to 7:00 AM and free incoming roaming services for its mobile customers.

BSNL is also offering 1Gb free e-mail box to their customers from 50 Mb mail box.

“The speed up-gradation will benefit all the existing and new broadband customers of BSNL. Under this scheme, BSNL is upgrading the speed of existing broadband plans of 512 Kbps & 1 Mbps to 2 Mbps speed,” an official statement said.

BSNL is the first service provider to provide the broadband access to the country. BSNL launched the Broadband services over its landline in India in 2005 with speed of 256kbps and above over the state of art Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) based IP infrastructure in urban as well as Rural areas.


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