BSNL launches 4G services starting with Idukki in Kerala


Trivandrum: Public sector telecom service provider, BSNL has formally launched its 4G services in the country starting with Kerala. BSNL’s 4G mobile service has been rolled out at five locations in Idukki district – Udumbanchola, Udumbanchola Town, Kallupalam, Chemmannar and Senapathy.

Announcing this at a press conference in Thiruvananthapuram today, Dr P T Mathew ITS, CGM, Kerala Telecom Circle said, “This is a landmark event and a historic moment for BSNL as we start our 4G services in the country. It’s also a matter of pride for us that the Kerala Telecom Circle was selected by BSNL for the national rollout of its 4G services. We have selected these remote locations for the launch as part of the Digital India programme and the 4G mobile services will be expanded across Kerala in a phased manner. We plan to cover the State by the end of this calendar year. We have applied to DoT for additional spectrum which would enable a faster rollout.”

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Shoba Koshy, Chairperson, Kerala State Commission for Protection of Child Rights was the Chief Guest while K Kulanthaivel, PGM; Dr S Jyothi Sankar ITS, GM; and K Sathyamurthy, GM were among the senior officers present.

Anil Philip
Kerala IT News


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