Now as India is Progressing in Digital Medium BSNL has introduced anew internet facility which will be connected to all the panchayats and villages by DEC 2018 .
Mnister of State Communication of MAHARASHTRA said the government has set a target to provide broadband connectivity to 2,50,000 village panchayats by December 2018 and so far more than 1,00,000 villages have been covered with Optical Fiber Broadband connectivity.
“The newly-launched 100 Gigabit-OTN will also help service central projects like BharatNet, SWAN, NKN etc.
Sinha added that NG-OTN will cover 100 cities in India with a capital outlay of Rs 330 crore for the project.”
Speaking on the occasion, BSNL Chairman and Managing Director Anupam Srivastava said it has a total customer base of around 115 million and NG-OTN is a step forward to ensure customer delight.
He said the collaboration between BSNL and Fiber Home will provide several such projects to the country.