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BSNL Plans to Launch 4G Services Across India

The company claims to have recorded a peak speed of 40-45 Mbps on the 4G network.

BSNL has announced that they will start rolling out 4G services across India from August with the help of completely indigenous technology in line with the government’s “Atma Nirbhar” policy. 

The company claims to have recorded a peak speed of 40-45 megabits per second (Mbps) on the 4G network that has been rolled out in the premium spectrum band of 700 megahertz (Mhz) as well as in the 2,100 Mhz band during the pilot phase.

The company has rolled out 4G services in Punjab using indigenously developed technology by IT company TCS and state-run telecom research organisation C-DoT-led consortium and onboarded around 8 lakh subscribers. 

The core network is a collection of network hardware, software, and devices that provide fundamental services in a telecommunication network.

Furthermore, the state-owned BSNL has provided orders to TCS Tejas Networks and government-owned ITI for deploying a 4G network, which is upgradable to 5G, worth Rs 19,000 crore. 

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