BSNL Launches High Speed WiMAX Broadband Service in Assam

India’s National telecom backbone and state-owned telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) launches WiMAX the 4th Generation Wireless Broadband Service in the north eastern state of Assam with speed up to 7 Mbps to empowered the rural parts of North Eastern India with High Speed Super Fast Internet.

Union minister of state for communications and technology Sachin Pilot launched the BSNL WiMax at Chaygaon in Kamrup district of Assam to provide high-speed connectivity in the rural areas. Through this BSNL will usher in a new era of growth in rural areas of North East. This technology offers broadband speed of 7 mbps at a distance of 15 kms.

BSNL WiMAX high speed wireless broadband connectivity aimed Rural Empowerment and offers video conferencing, tele-medicine service and tele-education, besides providing other services through local administrative body i.e. Panchayat Samiti (Block Headquarters) like payment of utility bills, issue of birth certificates, land records, on line vehicle registration etc.

BSNL provide WiMAX Broadband service with the cheapest fixed monthly rental of just Rs.140 for rural areas and announced that services in 1,000 Block Headquarters (Panchayat Samiti) will be launched across India  soon

According to the Mr. Pilot “We are now laying special emphasis and focus on setting up mobile towers and other communications facilities in the insurgency hit northeastern states and also in border areas. The Union Government has sanctioned Rs 250 crore for laying down an 800km optical fiber cable line in Assam to provide high-speed connectivity in the telecom sector.

In a bid to boots the Broadband service in North East, State operator BSNL will lay down the optical fibre cable network. The Centre will provide all help to boost connectivity in Assam and the Northeast and this is the first step in that direction,” Pilot said

To enhance the GSM Mobile network, BSNL will set up new 843 mobile towers in the Northeast to deliver high quality telephone and broadband services to its remotest parts.

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  • ABDUL LATIF February 25, 2013 8:09 pm

    may i contact customer care regarding wymax

  • Ghanashyam Sharma January 22, 2012 8:23 am

    The administration system is very poor. At first the supreme should give utmost attention to this matter. they should know how to give first preference to the customer satisfaction. Less paper work, do practical. please seek some valuable suggestions from other Telecome company or private consultation.

    Though, in our place, the new T.Exchange operator meet the customer satisfaction. I personally give thanks to him. at least, every morning at 9:30 AM.The operator always visit the sites. He check all lines and asked customers if there is any problem. he solely tried to fixed the problem at the earliest. He also knows that the superior are still in Bed. they are busy with their homework. The executives are even not interest to reply the telephone Call.

  • Rakesh Barman November 8, 2011 6:58 pm

    this is rakesh i am trying to get the brodband connection of bsnl how can i get connect bsnl brodband can u tell me about somethink i am hurring to get brodband of bsnl

  • Ajay February 5, 2010 8:07 pm

    It is very unfortunate that the 5 new gprs plans launch by Bsnl are not implemented in assam as per C.C.
    Then how can u (Telecom talk) say it is pan india launch??????…

  • Swaps February 5, 2010 12:44 pm

    @Abhijit Sharma
    Completely agree with you. He is totally a moron.

  • Debopratim Roy February 4, 2010 11:54 pm

    @Anti BSNL

    Burbaak kahika….padai likhai seekha haai ke nahi……baat karta haai…chapar ganju!!

  • Abhijit Sharma February 4, 2010 10:43 pm

    @Anti BSNL
    You poor guy I feel sorry for you , you in your self satisfied daze are not even aware of the extent of your own ignorance …. question is if you don’t know or admit that you are a truly foolish, stupid, ill informed, half educated lout ( hope you understand English well) how will this (happy for you) state of things change.
    Do you have any iota of idea about the place you are talking about ? Reply with facts if you have the brains and guts to.

  • Vamsi February 4, 2010 9:45 pm

    I want to clarify couple of this here.

    1) “”High Speed WiMAX Broadband Service “”–Is this Fixed Broadband or Mobile Broadband?
    2) “”High Speed WiMAX Broadband Service “”–Is this 3G or 4G?

    My understanding:: 3G Auction(Mobile WiMAX) yet to happen. So probably you are talking about Fixed Broadband with limited download plan…Am I right?

  • Neel February 4, 2010 6:50 pm

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    @Anti BSNL

    Anti BSNL :why do they launch services in the hills where there are no computers and mobile internet phones … come on .. launch in places where there are tech saavy people in the cities first

    Hey are you from any other planet? if you think assam is only hills with people having no idea about computers then you should visit assam first. and about knowing computers people who themselves are not fully versed ith copmuters think others to be computer illeterate. assam also has a software tech park.

  • hits February 4, 2010 3:14 pm

    Prasath J :They should launch WiMax first in Bay of Bengal so that poor fishermen can get internet connectivity while travelling…

    Come on yaar. Poor Fisherman pehle apna pet bharega ya Internet use karega. Abhi India itna bhi advance nahi hai.

  • Prasath J February 4, 2010 3:03 pm

    They should launch WiMax first in Bay of Bengal so that poor fishermen can get internet connectivity while travelling…

  • Raj February 4, 2010 2:52 pm

    @Anti BSNL

    You can be Anti BSNL but cant be Anti Assam. Please dont say that Assam has no computers and mobile internet phones.

  • Swaps February 4, 2010 12:20 pm

    @Anti BSNL
    In which world are you living in?

  • Anti BSNL February 4, 2010 12:00 pm

    why do they launch services in the hills where there are no computers and mobile internet phones … come on .. launch in places where there are tech saavy people in the cities first