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    Sunday, December 24, 2006
    2007.., the year of Broadband ?
    thinks Dude Hyderabadi...,

    Something I came across on Tech2.com n I HAD to share it with you. BSNL offers broadband internet connections of 2Mbps to all its subscribers from Jan 2007! Really ! 2Mbps in India !? This is amazing n something I thought I'd never see or hear for another decade !

    This sure is a move to attract more customers, which of course will work very well with the Indian consumers who like to spend 'just enough' for everything as there are no upgrading charges and there are a variety of plans for everybody.

    The two things I didn't like about the plan n so did Aseem are that there is no mention of unlimited plans with BSNL with the new speeds. N also the fact that this new hi-speed connections are subject to technical feasibility which means smaller exchanges not designed to handle heavy loads will not able to provide you with this speed.

    So wat... such things I think, can be overlooked 'cause this is the first step that I believe can lead to more speeds and better plans. The private ISPs will definitely be 'up'ing their speeds and plans to beat the competition and keep their customers. As our communication and IT minister said "it is now for the private operators to match it or beat it". N I hope they do... which means all the more good stuff for us !

    Long live the telecom boom ! Long live competition !

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