BSNL to launch 100 Mbps Internet by end of September
BSNL would launch by this month-end 'Fibre to Home' (FTH) facility for customers seeking internet, telephone and TV channels' access in Indore (Madhya Pradesh).
A high speed up to 100 mbps on Internet would be given with FTH in which customers could download a movie in just one minute, a BSNL spokesman said today quoting Senior General Manager G C Pandey.
Besides, most of the popular TV channels, and landline phone services were annexed with FTH, he said.
BSNL also planned to extend FTH service at the Global Investor Meet, slated In October for which mobile towers were erected, he said.
FTH network is being laid at the important points including High Court, State Bank of India, GP, IT Park, IIM and University area in the city too for the launch of the very service by the end of this month, he said.
For getting a FTH connection with a speed of one mbps the customers would have to pay Rs. 300 per month, and for 100 mbps it would be about Rs. 84,000 per month. Installation charges would be around Rs. 1000, according to the BSNL tariff.
What was the fate of IPT service provided to customers on fixed landline, when asked the GM said there was some difficulty in getting private service players for IPT, and now FTH would get momentum.