BSNL to roll out high speed WiFi services in 10 cities of Andhra Pradesh

By February 26th, 2015 AT 3:37 AM

The state-owned telecommunications company, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has selected 10 cities of Andhra Pradesh (AP) circle where company will roll out its high bandwidth WiFi services.

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We have identified 10 towns, including Guntur, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and Tirupati, which will soon have high-speed WiFi services. In each town, we will provide WiFi hotspots to universities, public spaces like bus stations and railway stations. High-speed connectivity will be one of the primary growth drives in development of the State

-Srinivasan, AP Circle.

The State-run PSU has taken one more step towards Digital India Project. For this, BSNL has given the contract to QuadGen Wireless Solutions Pvt Ltd for setting up Wi-Fi hotspots at public places in Andhra Pradesh. The state-owned telecommunications company will also roll out WiFi services for retail customers while others will have to simply recharge their accounts.

Also Read: BSNL to setup public WiFi hotspot in South zone with speed up to 10 Mbps

 

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[…] telecom operator, BSNL has been looking to provide public Wi-Fi in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for a long time now. The company now started offering free Wi-Fi in six locations of Hyderabad. […]

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Good going bsnl. Hope the speed will be decent with hotspots.

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