Saturday, April 28, 2007

India To Offer Free Broadband by 2009

Economic Times: Broadband to go free in 2 yrs
Economic Times: Broadband initiatives: Speed it up

The government proposes to offer all citizens of India free, high-speed broadband connectivity by 2009, through the state-owned telecom service providers BSNL and MTNL. While consumers would cheer, the move holds the potential to kill the telecom business as we know it.
Read disscussion regarding this on Slashdot.


Anonymous said...

Everyone be Aware.
TOGETHER WE ALL CAN GET IT DONE: by filling the complaint/suggestion of MTNL.

Open in the browser window.
Fill your… Name, Phone no, e-mail address.

{ Earlier after logging in the
The Triband Session History Details of LAST MONTH usage used to be displayed, now why only the current month session is displayed.
Request you to resume the earlier display in which current as well as the last month usage used to be displayed.
In the telephone bill also the usage should be displayed in a proper way preparing column in which the figures be displayed for which we are being charged.
Request EARLY REPLY from M.T.N.L. as to why it cannot be done.}

Copy the above { IN BRACKETS } and paste. Click send.
You will immediately get your complaint/suggestion: Reference no.
Record it copy/paste in note pad and save. You will need details.
For future action taken by M.T.N.L
Crosscheck later by Clicking…
For action taken by M.T.N.L by clicking… Track Your Complaint in the same page, upper right hand corner.
Opening put your reference number & telephone no.

Poons said...

Broadband is a high-speed way of connecting to the internet.
It is at least 10 times faster than so-called dial-up net services that use a modem and standard telephone line.
Broadband can be accessed via the phone line (known as Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line or ADSL) or by cable, wireless or satellite.
The two big advantages of broadband over dial-up are that it frees up the telephone line for voice calls and can be left on permanently.
It still requires a modem, which is paid for when you sign up. Read more Broadband Guide