Reserve Price for Spectrum Auction Will Not Have Major Impact on BSNL : Chairman and Managing Director R K Upadhyay

India’s National Telecom backbone and Pan India 3G Mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has said that the Government’s decision to fix the Reserve price for for GSM spectrum auction at Rs 14,000 crore would not not have major impact on BSNL in the immediate future.

Mr. R.K. Upadhyay, Chairman and Managing Director, BSNL, said that BSNL was striving to ensure quality and affordable mobile, basic telecom and broadband services to its customers. 

BSNL has a large workforce also had certain social obligations toawrds the country. No other telecom operator has been in a peculiar position as the BSNL. The teleco had the resources and only needed to harness them to make it a profitable organization, and we are in process to do that.

Mr.Upadhyay also said that, we expect to achieve all our targets for the current financial year and at least break even and we are planning to launch public video conferencing rooms and Wi-Fi spots across the country, apart from other innovative to explore options on how best to utilize our real estate and infrastructure for revenue generation.

BSNL also exploring ways to leverage its CDMA /EVDO network he added.

 

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kamlesh mehta
August 7, 2012 10:21 pm 10:21 PM

Rajiv :
Good news BSNL comes out from Losses… mark my words, results will announce in next month – September

Internal tip ?? 😉

Rajiv
August 7, 2012 8:10 pm 8:10 PM

Good news BSNL comes out from Losses… mark my words, results will announce in next month – September

Gowrishankar
August 7, 2012 11:23 am 11:23 AM
The National Telecom Policy 2012 (NTP 2012) has now become the official policy after one year of discussions. Of course, the context of the policy – the aftermath of the 2G scam – has now changed with 122 licenses being cancelled by the Supreme Court. So some of the earlier drivers of the new policy, bailing out the new entrants who had secured licenses fraudulently are no longer there, but the broad thrust of the policy – help the private sector at the cost of the public sector telecom companies remain. Also a new scam is in the making. Some… Read more »
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