Pulwama gets high speed internet service ‘Bharat Fibre’

This is the first such FTTH service deployment in the valley under this unique revenue share model

GN Bureau | May 16, 2019


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BSNL has recently rolled out its premium ‘Bharat Fibre’ service in Pulwama town in the Kashmir Valley.

 
Bharat Fibre service delivers high speed internet and high quality voice services to its customers. The customer can chose from various unlimited data with unlimited voice calling which BSNL is offering at very nominal prices.
 
This service has been launched in a business partnership model with the local channel partner of Pulwama area, on revenue sharing basis. The state-of-the-art fibre to the home (FTTH) equipment has been installed and commissioned by the channel partner, strengthened with high speed backhaul internet bandwidth and customer billing services being provided by BSNL. This is the first such FTTH service deployment in the valley under this unique revenue share model. Since the Bharat Fibre services are provided on the optical fibre right up to the customer premises, reliable and high speed internet services is delivered to the customers. The services are generally not affected even during adverse weather conditions.

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