In an attempt to boost broadband customer base and to increase customer satisfaction, state run telecom giant, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) plans to offer minimum 4 Mbps download speed across all the broadband plans.
As per the latest information, BSNL is busy in taking decision on the proposal of offering minimum up to 4 Mbps initial speed across all the existing broadband plans. At present, BSNL offers minimum up to 2 Mbps download speed in all ADSL/VDSL/FTTH broadband plans.
This latest speed up-gradation, if approved by BSNL authorities will be a great step taken by the PSU in boosting broadband penetration in the country. This will certainly improve customer satisfaction to a great extent.
BSNL’s past Speed Up-gradations
- BSNL upgraded its minimum initial download speed of all broadband plans to 2 Mbps instead of 512 Kbps with effect from 1st October 2015
- BSNLrevised post FUP download speed to 1 Mbps in all broadband plans with effect from 1st August 2016
BSNL started offering optical fiber broadband services (FTTH – Fiber To The Home) in almost all rural and urban areas with the help of Bharat Net project (NOFN – National Optical Fiber Network) rolled out by Government of India. BSNL has already extended gigabit optical fiber connectivity in all Gram Panchayat Offices in the country. Broadband connectivity to customer premises (last mile connectivity) may be extended from these locations through overhead optical fiber cables.
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