NEW DELHI: State-controlled Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Thursday launched BharatFibre in the Northeast’s Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura regions.
BharatFibre services, according to the fourth-largest telco, are provided using the latest internet technologies using optical fibre right up to the customer premises.
“Bringing BharatFibre to the northeastern states has been a meticulously worked out plan and we are very delighted to announce the wide coverage of FTTH service that has happened in the last couple of months in these states,” Vivek Banzal, Director- CFA, BSNL Board said.
The state-run operator added that the network reliability and better quality of services to the customers are assured.
The telco said that its channel partners were reaching out to the customers, explaining the benefits of BSNL’s high-speed internet and quality voice services, with additional entertainment offerings such as Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Eros.
Banzal added that the service provider has plans to roll out the BharatFibre services in all the states by entering into such business partnerships with the local franchisee and Cable TV operators.
BharatFibre is BSNL’s FTTH premium service that delivers high-speed internet and high-quality voice service to its customers.