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BSNL is ranked as world’s 7th largest telecom player in the world, and constantly makes effort to increase its applications, which would be user-friendly. Something like this, BSNL has done again by starting Voice and Video over Internet Protocol (VVOIP) services. They have started this service with the union of Sai Info System (India) (SIS). Sam Pitroda, advisor to the Prime Minister of India on public information, infrastructure and innovation, inaugurated the service by making first VVOIP call.
Initially, the service is rolled out in Ahmadabad, and by the end of this month, service would be introduced in Gujarat. Later it would find its place in northern and western sector. Rakesh Kumar Upadhyay, CMD, BSNL, told that the service would be available, throughout in India by the end of next year’s March.
VVOIP is quite economic, like any other services of BSNL. Audio call would cost 40 paisa per minute and video call for Rs 2 per minute. International calling would now be pocket friendly, as on landline the cost would be Rs 1.20 per minute and Rs 7.20 per minute on mobile to US and UK. This lucrative offer could be availed, by just getting registered for Rs 150.
Pitroda told that they have connected 2500,000 municipalities to optical fiber. And, they are focused to connect 250,000 village panchayats, to empower them in a real manner.
Soon ‘Data Gov’ application would be launched, in which government data would be open for public.