BSNL Crosses the 7 Lakh 3G Mobile Subscriber Base in India

By January 23rd, 2010 AT 11:16 AM

India’s National Telecom Backbone and 3G Mobile Service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has get great response on its 3G mobile service in all the telecom circle across India where 3G service commercially launched. It has announced that with in a last couple of months BSNL enrolled more than 7.5 Lakh 3G mobile service subscriber across India.

Speaking at 7th VAS INDIA 2010 event organized by Bharat Exhibitions in Mumbai, Mr, SS Sirohi, Principal General Manager & Head, VAS, BSNL said “presently approx 7.5 Lakh customers are using 3G service over BSNL network, which is currently available in 300 cities and the target is to spread it to 700 cities by July 2010.

On Value Added Service in BSNL, Mr Sirohi added that “Approx 50 Million ring tones are downloaded every month using BSNL 2G and 3G GSM network.The Indian Premier League shall be merging with Youtube and the cricket match can be viewed from the cell phone with a staggering 36 camera view options. The speed of BSNL 3G is 3.5Mbps if the download speed is enhanced or the bandwidth is increased, user will have an enriched experience by downloading movies, games, and utilities at a faster rate.

Mr. SS Sirohi, Principal General Manager & Head – VAS, Bharat Sanchar Nigam, Ltd at VAS INDIA 2010, held at Taj Lands End, Mumbai

He also added, new customers, new platforms, new generators, new operators are joining the market everyday so the opportunity is tremendous.”

However in West Zone and some more cities; BSNL 3G network and service is currently not available and BSNL  commercialy launched this service soon in West Zone also. According to the operator, the 3G network up-gradation work is going on in full swing across India to accommodate every one in the next generation mobile network. The 3G services bring high quality voice services along with high speed data and video services.

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Creating a paradigm shift in the digital communications, BSNL recently launched 3G service in India. By making 3G services affordable with lowest Voice call and Video call charges as well as High Speed 3G Wireless Broadband Data connectivity at 1 paisa for 10 KB in India.

BSNL also indulge in facilitating socio-economic development of the masses through applications such as Telemedicine, e-education and e-governance. 3G is an enabler for India  to meet its target of 20 million broadband subscribers by 2010.

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Yeah hi kaushik…..Nice to get a hello from you..Well 2010 has set in but bringing sad news with it every moment or the other…But still one has to accept this hard fact i.e “Death is the one and only truth of life.” which all of us doesnt really come in terms with it cause we have to loose somebody closer away to some unknown place..


Yes, some people are jeleous in BSNL. Nothing to say more. Just tuned in for something you never expected after compleation of 3G auction.

I got a chance to test BSNL 3G (actually 3.5G) internet speed. It’s very very fast. I am sure, BSNL can shine in the sky like a Sun. Others will become dimmed by the light.

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