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06 May 2015

Exclusive: BSNL targets Rs 500 Crore revenue from it's Land bank, training centres and Mobile Towers in the Financial Year 2015-16

State run PSU - Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has set a target of generating Rs 500 Crore revenue form utilising land bank, training centres and seven telecom factories as well as monetisation of its 75,000 mobile towers across the country.

As we reported earlier, the company is also planning to enter PAN India intra-circle roaming agreements with other private telecom operators like Bharati Airtel etc to monetize its network of over 75,000 Mobile Towers (BTS). 

As per the latest information, BSNL officials gave a presentation to Telecom Minister Shri. Ravi Shankar Prasad, which highlighted company's turnaround plan.

Recently, Telecom Minister had asked BSNL to improve quality of services, especially in border and extremist-affected areas, in a bid to become market leader and win back people's confidence. The minister said that the government is committed to revive BSNL and numbers of initiatives are in the pipeline to bring the PSU back to the position of market leader.

The Minister is also undertaking a series of meetings with MPs to make telecom officials directly answerable to Parliamentary representatives so as to have a first-hand account of public sectors performance, problems faced and possible solutions.

Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about this latest news about BSNL's turnaround plan and strategies via comments with us. Whether the proposed intra-circle roaming with Airtel will be beneficial to BSNL customers?

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  1. Minister sir, how can generate revenue from extrimist hit areas


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