No need to be panic if you are not happy with the 4G speed of Reliance JIO. Among the largest mobile companies in the world, Nokia and BSNL are jointly planning to launch their 5G Service and also unveil Internet of Things (IoT) services. As per this plan, an agreement was signed between Nokia and BSNL in the Barcelona Mobile World Congress on 01 March 2017.
BSNL’s Chief Managing Director, Anupam Shrivastava says, “Keeping in mind the requirements of the people, we have decided to go ahead with this plan, so that the consumers can enjoy interruption free Internet services at a fast speed in the future.”
He also sounded confident about the 100% success of this scheme in the Indian market. This agreement includes the use of 5G demonstrations, High Speed Internet and IoT.
After 4G, the BSNL will now move ahead from its existing network for providing 5G services. As per the plans, Nokia and BSNL will work together and share among themselves the 5G technology concepts, besides launching new products and innovations. Moreover, they will also explore the possibilities of increasing the footprints of 5G technology in the Indian market. IoT is a technology that helps you connect everything you need through the Internet and data is seamlessly exchanged through the use of this technology.
Ever since the Reliance Jio has entered the market, most telecom companies have faced stiff competition. To entice their customers, they are coming up with new and innovative plans on every other day. BSNL has also launched its new Unlimited Voice Calling Plan “Dil Khol Ke Bol” to give competition to Reliance JIO. Under this plan the users will have to pay Rs 599, after which they can enjoy free unlimited calls even while roaming.
Initially the plan has been launched for the next 4 months only, but a user can continue with the plan by paying additional Rs 799 after that period. In addition, BSNL is also offering 6GB of data free to the users under this plan.