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Telephone subscriber base rises to 100.93 crore in July: TRAI

Total telephone subscriber base in the country rose marginally to reach 100.93 crore at the end of June with mobile services continuing to dominate growth in the sector, telecom regulator TRAI said today. 15 more words


BSNL has increased the minimum broadband speed to 2mbps

Broadband customers have been demanding for a long time to increase the minimum speed BSNL offers its customers. BSNL announced that they have increased the minimum speed from 512kbps to 2mbps without any extra charges which comes as a pleasant surprise. 234 more words


A disturbance In The Force

The times they are a changin’

Liberation of sorts was in store for netizens of the Republic of India this month. These kurta clad liberators over at the TRAI offices in New Delhi had in store something amazing for all the broadband subscribers of BSNL (The state owned communications provider). 268 more words


Author: Lalhmachhuana Tochhong

Tunlai hian Vairengteah Mobile Phone Network a that loh avangin mipuiten harsatna an tawk mek. Vairengteah hian Mobile Phone Service Provider 5 : Airtel, Aircel, Reliance, Vodaphone leh BSNL te an awm a, Heng Company zingah hian rintlak a awm lo niin Vairengte mipui te chuan an sawi a, Mobile phone leh Internet hmanga eizawng te chuan Company hrang hrang Sim Card hi nei kim deuh vek mah se tunlai hian harsatna an tawk mek a, an harsatna sukiang tur hian Vairengtea Mobile phone hmangtu intelkhawmte chuan a huhova hma lak dan tur an ngaihtuah mek a ni.

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BSNL To Increase Minimum Broadband Speed To 2 Mbps

BSNL has recently announced that it will be upgrading its broadband speed to minimum 2 Mbps from the existing minimum of 512 Kbps.

The State-run telecom service provider is said to be implementing the changes for all broadband customers across the country from October 1. 207 more words

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BSNL to upgrade broadband speeds from 512 Kbps to 2Mbps for free for all customers on PAN-India Basis

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited(BSNL) has decided to upgrade Broadband speed to minimum 2 Mbps at no additional cost for all the Broadband customers on PAN-India Basis from 1st October 2015. 202 more words