BSNL To Offer 2MBPS Broadband Speed From 1st October

State run telecom giant BSNL is in revival mode now. The company has announced a minimum broadband speed of 2MBPS to its new as well as existing users from 1st October. Users will enjoy the benefit without any extra charge against their net packs.

BSNL CMD Anupam Shrivastava said:

“We have increased the internet speed four times …we have ensured 2 Mbps is available at last mile, which is the customer premises starting 1 October,”

Currently, the minimum broadband speed that BSNL offers is 512 KBPS. With the move, the company is all set to revive and regain its user base where the company lost heavily in recent years. If stats are to be believed, the state-run PSU lost about 1.78 crore wireless and over 20 Lakh wireline users between March 20124 and March 2015.

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This huge slump in company’s user base led to a massive revenue loss of Rs 7600 crore. The announcement may ignite the competition in the market as private operators may now join the bandwagon to offer high speed broadband at lower cost.

– BSNL To Offer 2MBPS Broadband Speed

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