BSNL’s new scheme, now users will be able to use 4 Mbps speed without any additional charge

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Public sector telecom company, Bharti Communications Corporation Limited (BSNL) has introduced a bang scheme for its users. The company has made its broadband minimum speed of 4 Mbps for which no extra charge will be taken. All this will be given with all broadband plans, which are worth 675 or more. Also, this scheme is available for both new and old users. This scheme has been introduced all over the country. Under this scheme, BSNL has upgraded the speed of its existing plans. The company has increased the speed from 2 Mbps to 4 Mbps. Along with this, the company has also increased the pre-FUP data limit of different data plans. This will double the user’s browsing experience.

BSNL Director N.K. Gupta said that this scheme is meant to attract new customers. New broadband connections can be subscribed by visiting the nearest Consumer Service Center of BSNL or by calling toll-free number 1800 345 1500. More information can be obtained by visiting the company’s official website www.bsnl.co.in.
Earlier, BSNL started Satellite Phone Service through Inmarsat. Now the company will provide this service to government agencies. Later, this service will be opened to other citizens in a phased manner. At present, Tata Communications is providing satellite phone service to government agencies.

14 Satellites are working:

Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha, while launching the satellite phone service, said that this service will be available in areas where no network is available. Satellite phone service will be provided through Inmarsat. A total of 14 satellites are working in Inmarsat. This service will be given in the first phase of natural disaster management agencies, State Police, Railways, Border Security Force and other government agencies. Later this service will be made available to ordinary citizens. This service will be useful especially for travelers on flights and sea vessels. Normal mobile service does not work there.

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