BSNL launches 4G feature phone

The 4G enabled feature phone costs Rs 2,200

GN Bureau | October 31, 2017


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 Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has rolled out 4G feature phone that is bundled with mobile services. 

The miniratna enterprise has also entered into an agreement with Extramarks India Private Limited to provide online education to BSNL customers.
 
The 4G enabled feature phone from Micromax called Bharat-1 costs Rs 2,200. BSNL has bundled a voucher of Rs 97 per month to provide unlimited voice and unlimited data. It claimed that the combination of BSNL and Micromax is perhaps one of the most reasonable cost effective mobile bundling available in the market at present.
 
The agreement with the firm would offer digital high quality educational content of all school classes and educational boards in the country. The firm is providing online education not only in India but in South Africa and Singapore as well.
 
Union minister Manoj Sinha said, “India is moving toward a new era of new India. The Digital India project will be the main contributor to realise the dream of new India. Mobile services and other applications like online educations are contributed a big deal in Digital India.”
 
BSNL is a telecom service provider with more than 100 million mobile customers, 10 million broadband customers, and 16 million landline customers.
 

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