In an attempt to provide greater benefits to the 3G mobile service users, Pan India 3G mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL)is all set to launch IP-based next generation network 3G data service with minimum speeds of 14 Mbps and maximum up to 21 Mbps services by March 2011.
Our exclusive source revels that the PSU is working with Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson India which will provide new solution with substantial operator benefits in existing 3G network optimization, bandwidth savings and reduced space and power requirements too.
Presently BSNL is offering 3G Mobile and Data service in 675 cities with speed up to 3.6 Mbps (somewhere 7.2 Mbps).
The 3G Speed Up-gradation work has kicked off in West Zone (Maharashtra-Goa-Gujarat and MP-CG), Kolkata , Kerala, Chennai, and Rajasthan circle. According to our exclusive sources, Kolkata, Ahmedabad (Gujarat) and Pune (Maharashtra) has been embarked as pilot cities to implement and launch the 14 and 21 Mbps data speed in 3G network. The entire 3G network up-gradation work will be completed in all telecom circles by March or April 2011.
BSNL’s endeavors are focused on offering the latest technology and services to its customers. The PSU has been instrumental in providing the high speed 3G data services to its customers and also keeping the market prices at affordable levels even for the common man 3G services are going to revolutionize the way we communicate and entertain ourselves.