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BSNL Bharat Air Fibre services launched in Maharashtra

2020-08-03 09:25:36


NEW DELHI: Sanjay Dhotre, Union Minister for Electronics, Communication, and IT, on Sunday inaugurated ‘Bharat Air Fibre Services’, a radio-based last mile telecom connectivity solution for Akola and Washim districts in Maharashtra. 


The Bharat Air Fibre Services will enable residents of Akola and Washim districts to avail of wireless internet connections on-demand, said a Press Information Bureau release. 


It has been launched by the state-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) as part of Digital India initiatives and aims at providing wireless connectivity in the range of 20KMs from BSNL locations, which will benefit citizens residing in remote areas. 


BSNL will provide the Bharat Air Fibre Services through local business partners. The state-run telco will also offer free voice calling along with Bharat Air Fibre connectivity with data speeds of upto 100 Mbps. 


The Bharat Air Fibre Services also aims at giving a push to the PM Modi’s call for a ‘self-reliant India’ or ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ as the state-run telco said will provide monthly income of Rs 1 lakh to the local residents who enroll as Telecom Infrastructure Partners. 


“WIth the launch of Wireless Bharat Air Fibre, more connections will be provided on demand in very quick time. BSNL appeals to all residents of Akola & Washim District to avail these quality & most affordable services,” said BSNL. 

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