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Monday, January 19, 2015

Exclusive: BSNL to launch 'IP based Smart Landline Phones' run on Android OS

India's Largest Landline service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is all set to launch the Next Generation Smart Landline phones. The telecom giant has been upgrading it's landline network to the Next Generaion Network(NGN) in a phased manner across India. 


As per sources, BSNL in an attempt to enhance its landline business in the country, is now testing the next generation Smart landline phones. These smart land phones will have capability to run  applications like Facebook, WhatsApp, banking apps and many more.

Shri. Mahesh Shukla, Senior GM, BSNL said - “BSNL is the only telecom company in India to introduce Smart landline service.” He also added that the tariff details of the service will be announced later.

As per media reports, BSNL is currently testing it's prototype in Hyderabad and BSNL intends to introduce the device initially across 40 cities in the country. To facilitate the new service, telephones exchange are now in the process of being upgraded to IP based exchanges and which would start operating in March.

This smart landlines are being powered by OS like Android and Windows, you will very good ease of operation for call forwarding, call blocking, call reminder etc.

See detailed news about BSNL Next Generation Network below:

BSNL to upgrade its Landline Telephone Exchanges to Next Generation Network (NGN & FMC) System.

Dear readers, whether the proposed Smart Landline phones will help BSNL to boost it's Landline businees in India? Share your views via comments with us.

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  1. these people are concentrating in land line, not in mobile only to help private operators. There is no benefit of concentrating in land line as the quality of cable is degrading day by day, they know this fact but want to see the death of BSNL


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