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The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited and Microsoft India on signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to offer telecom & IT solutions for big businesses.
BSNL customers can call Bangladesh, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Thailand at Rs 2.99 per minute with STV of Rs 27 as against a normal price of Rs 10.
BSNL says certain individuals and agencies are contacting job aspirants promising false employment with the state-run telco and ISP.
BSNL incurs a loss of Rs. 40 crore, as its warehouse is gutted by suspected pro-Inner Line Permit activists.
BSNL has numerous initiatives for the upcoming festive season, including free SIM cards for new connections, full talktime prepaid plans, and discounted data plans.
Champion Computers, in partnership with BSNL, has launched a new phablet, the BSNL-Champion Trendy 531 for Rs. 13,999.
State-run telecom firms BSNL and MTNL today said that they are working jointly to offer free roaming service to all their customers.
State-run telecommunications carriers -- Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd signed a pact on Tuesday to share their infrastructure and provide joint services to corporate customers.
As per the agreement, MTNL would avail the network of BSNL only for national roaming service for its subscribers except in Delhi and Mumbai.
BSNL and MTNL are likely to sign a pact today that would allow the state-run companies to utilise each others network for providing pan-India mobile services.
The USOF was created under the National Telecom Policy, 1999, for providing access of telecom services to people in rural areas at affordable prices.
BSNL expects to hand over a new communication network for exclusive use by the armed forces by July 2015.
BSNL suffered a loss of Rs. 136.03 crore in 2011-12 and Rs. 147.21 crore in 2010-11 for the telegram service.
BSNL needs to invest an estimated Rs. 40,000 crore in the next five years to become profitable.
BSNL's Odisha Circle is on an expansion mode with plans to add five lakh more mobile phone connections.
Graduate engineers and junior telcom officers of state-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) will go on indefinite strike from Monday if their demands were not met, an employees' association of the PSU said.
BSNL customers will get unlimited free incoming calls for Rs. 5 a day and Rs. 69 for 30 days.
BSNL has started nationwide expansion of its network after a gap of around five years.
BSNL is spending 52 percent of its capital in employees salaries as compared to other competitive companies who are just spending 5-6 percent.
State-run telecom operator BSNL has restored 272 mobile towers in Uttarakhand and 44 telephone exchanges after they were destroyed in flash floods and landslides which killed at least 1,000 people.
Technology makes it possible for authorities to find out the exact number of people in the affected areas based on their mobile phone usage.
State-run telecom firm BSNL on Friday said it will restore within three days its mobile towers at places where most of the stranded people are located in flood-hit Uttarakhand.
The DoT indicated that the cash reserves of the PSU firms depleted post the purchase of BWA and 3G spectrum at auction determined price in 2010.
The GoM has been reconstituted following the resignation of Ashwani Kumar, who was a member as the Law Minister.
BSNL losses are expected at around Rs. 8,198 crore, and that of MTNL is likely to be around Rs. 3,300 crore for the financial year 2012-13.
The Finance Minister had to travel to Chennai and hence he was not available for the meeting.
DoT has forwarded several suggestions to the Group of Ministers, that include BSNL and MTNL entering cable TV and broadcasting services.
BSNL will launch 4G-enabled internet services in Indore division by May and wi-fi-based "Internet on wheels" in the current financial year, a top officer said.
BSNL today said its internet capacity has dropped by 21% due to multiple fibre cuts in three under-sea cable systems.
BSNL launched video telephony service in south and east zones of the country in partnership with public sector company ITI and technology firm Click Telecom.
State-run telecom operator BSNL has launched its online education service 'Topper Education' in partnership with Greycell 18 for its landline broadband customers.