BSNL 4G comes to take on Jio and Airtel, super fast speed with cheap recharges

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BSNL 4G: Indian government telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has launched 4G services in India. It started from Amritsar in Punjab. BSNL 4G will currently be in beta trial mode. Under this trial, BSNL will offer 4G prepaid SIM to its selected users. After that, the company will take network quality feedback from its users. BSNL has made 200 live network sites available in Ferozepur, Pathankot and Amritsar. The company has successfully completed proof of concept. BSNL claims that their 4G service is domestic. The company has already placed orders with Tata and other companies for the rollout of 1 lakh 4G networks in India BSNL is working on plans to provide 4G network in Delhi and Mumbai as well as remote and rural areas.

What will be the speed of BSNL 4G?

After BSNL launches 4G across the country, Jio and Airtel may get a big push. For your information, we tell you that BSNL’s 4G network is currently in beta stage. In the coming days, the company will gather feedback from users of its 4G beta network and make necessary improvements based on that and roll it out to more locations in the coming weeks and months. For your information, let us tell you that in the trial run of BSNL 4G, the company registered the minimum speed of 18.1 mbps. Talking about the maximum download speed, it was 24.6 Mbps. At the same time, its minimum uploading speed was 5.98 mbps. Talk about top uploading speed, it was 9.25 mbps.

Jio and Airtel’s troubles will increase

Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel could get a big boost after state-owned BSNL’s 4G services are rolled out across the country. Let us tell you that BSNL’s 4G network service is currently in beta stage. After that, the company will roll out to more locations in the coming weeks and months with necessary improvements after gathering feedback. Notably, these days India’s leading private sector companies – Jio and Airtel are rolling out their 5G networks across the country. However, their main source of income is 4G network users. In such a scenario, when BSNL, which has been providing 2G and 3G services till now, will bring 4G services across the country, people will surely rush towards cheaper and government services. In such a scenario, Jio and Airtel’s revenue will obviously decrease due to the introduction of BSNL’s 4G services.

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