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BSNL going to launch 4G services in 14 telecom circles

BSNL is all set launch 4G services in 14 telecom circles where it has 20 MHz liberalized broadband wireless access (BWA) spectrum. The company, which has already soft launched 4G services in Chandigarh, is exploring two methods — revenue sharing model and capex model — for the 4G rollout.

The company has 20 MHz liberalized spectrum in 2,500 MHz band which allows it to rollout 4G services without any licensing hurdles. A senior official said BSNL will be installing 4G base tower stations (BTS) in the existing GSM sites, which means there will be no additional expenditure on towers.

BSNL going to launch 4G services in 14 telecom circles

Regarding the device ecosystem for 2,500 MHz band, the official said sufficient number of 4G handsets makers like Apple, Motorola, Lenovo, Google and Nokia are already available in the market. “By considering all the facts, it appears that launch of 4G services in 2,500 Mhz band is feasible and commercially remunerative,” he added.

However, the company is yet to finalize a timeline for the launch. In January, the company demonstrated speed of 35 Mbps during the soft launch in Chandigarh. BSNL will be the latest entrant in the 4G space, which has seen in action recently with the top mobile operators including Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular commencing services in various circles.

Also, Reliance Jio Infocomm is set to commercially launch 4G services soon, which will further intensify competition in the market. Elaborating on the models for 4G rollout, the official said in revenue share model, BSNL will be extending passive infrastructure and its BWA spectrum and other elements like BTS will be arranged by the vendor or franchisee.

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