The government-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has launched its 24 megabits per second (Mbps) ultra-fast broadband internet service in India. This is the fastest broadband internet service available in India so far.
British Telecom or BT, the UK's leading fixed line operator, has launched an aggressive pricing strategy for its high speed broadband internet which offers 40 MBPS speeds. The aggressive pricing strategy is meant at capturing more customers from its main rivals' hands.
MTNL VDSL Broadband, the fastest fixed line broadband internet service in India, has been launched in Mumbai. MTNL's VDSL (Very High Bitrate DSL) offers a download speed of up to 20 MBPS.
MTS MBlaze, the mobile broadband service from MTS India was launched recently. MTS is the tie-up between Sistema of Russia and Shyam Tele. MTS MBlaze works just like Tata Indicom Photon+ and Reliance Netconnect Broadband+.
BSNL, HCL collaborate to give subsidised PC and broadband connectivity in rural areas
Reliance Netconnect Broadband+, the high-speed wireless broadband internet service from Reliance Communications has come to Kolkata. Reliance Netconnect+ Broadband is pitted against Tata Indicom Photon+, the rival high-speed wireless broadband internet service from Tata Indicom.
Airtel 16 MBPS broadband, the fastest wireline broadband internet is here. Airtel launched the 16 MBPS broadband internet service and connections on Monday, April 6.
Bharat Sanchar Nigam, Ltd (BSNL), in partership with SOMA Networks, Inc., a provider of WiMAX solutions, has announced the commercial launch of BSNL Wireless Broadband service in the state of Gujarat.
Integrated telecom services provider Bharti Airtel Ltd has unveiled its new innovative 'Speed-on- Demand' service for its broadband customers. 'Speed on Demand' is an innovative offering that enables Airtel broadband customers to upgrade their broadband speed for a select duration and pay for only that usage.