BSNL to launch next-gen network in Meghalay on April 30

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State-owned BSNL today said they would launch next-gen network in Meghalaya on April 30 which will benefit 4000 users.

BSNL to launch next-gen network in Meghalay on April 30

The next-gen network is aimed at better quality broadband connectivity with the exchange migrating to Next Generation Network (NGN) which is internet protocol based, BSNL NE 1 Circle addl general manager N Sujatha said.

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While BSNL NE 1 Circle covers states of Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura, the dates for launching the next-gen networks are different for different states, she said.

BSNL to launch next-gen network in Meghalay on April 30

According to the official, 4000 users in Shillong city will benefit from May 1 onwards depending on their upgradation of their telephone sets and in Tripura the same is being launched today.

While there will be no change in the telephone numbers and billing cycle, the rate for calls will also be the same except when using other facilities such as video, picture and data through session initiation protocol, she said.

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Meanwhile, the company has also announced a new scheme for landline users from April 30 wherein all calls will be free between 9 pm and 7 am.

Sujatha said the scheme is aimed at increasing the landline usages at a time when everyone is using mobile connectivity for communication.

Source: PTI

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