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The BroadBand War has started ..BSNL will be offering the 1GBps Broadband speed via Optical Fiber based Technology

 

Yes This time it’s BSNL Who has started a BroadBand War by offering the Broadband speed of 1Gbps or 1000 mbps over the optical Fiber based technology which is much higher than What JIO is offering..Just in case those who don’t know JIO is going to launch their Jio Fiber  broadband services, which will be offering 100 Mbps Speed with a cap of 100GB Per month cap.

Airtel has also Launched the 100 Mbps broadband Internet Plan Last year..

This is a real Broadband war because BSNL will be offering 10 times more than what Jio is Offering.It becomes tough for the private operators to compete with the State operator which will be offering 10 times more Broadband speed by the state carrier..

 

BSNL Broadband Fibernet Is it the Real Game Changer ?

 

The new offering by BSNL is being Spreaded by Telecom minister Manoj Sinha himself, as he launched the next generation optical-fiber based technology , which will empower BSNL to offer high Speed broadband connection across 44 Indian cities ..

 

This new service, called next generation optical transport network ( NG- OTH ) Is being developed at an expense of Rs 330 crore..

 

 BSNL Enhances their Broadband Network

 

According to BSNL Chief general Manager (CGM) Anil Kumar Jain, right now BSNL is offering 24 megabit per second for fixed line broadband connection and 100 mbps speed on FTTH network . After the updates  the existing 10G Capacity , thereby propelling maximum speed of 100 Mbps.

 

As per reports coming in, NG-OTN Infrastructure will assist BSNL to boost existing services such as Bharatnet , SWAN , NKN aswell . The next gen optical fiber network can be maintained , as the tracking of damage becomes easy..

 

As of Now, ACT Fibernet is the only company which is providing 1GBPS broadband speed in hyderabad.

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