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High speed BSNL 4G services to start with help of NOKIA in 4-5 months

M/s Nokia India private limited chief and vice president Sanjay Malik says they can help BSNL 4G services to start in India within 4-5 months.

State-owned Telco Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has been trying to bring its 4G services (date of launch 4g services not decided) to the market for a long time. But due to few obstacles it is happened since from years. 

High speed BSNL 4G services to start with help of NOKIA in 4-5 months
One of the problems BSNL has recently faced is getting the team from multinational companies abroad and helping to expand its 4G network in India. BSNL has been questioned about obtaining equipment from foreign companies, as it goes directly against the Indian government's "Make in India" initiative. But Sanjay Malik, vice president to Nokia India, said that Nokia can help BSNL start its 4G services in 4-5 months. 

After launch of services in India bsnl 4g sim will be available with attractive plans and schemes to compete with private telecom players in India.

Suggestions to BSNL 

Sanjay Malik has some recommendations for BSNL. The government-owned telecommunications company needs to be ready to implement the policy framework. The Indian government very quickly submitted a BSNL revival package, but it was not executed as quickly. 

The COVID-19 in India pandemic also contributed to this. Before the pandemic, BSNL was proceeding at a good speed to implement all measures. Malik believes that if BSNL wants to survive in the Indian telecommunications mobile market, it must get 4G services very quickly. This news was first reported by BusinessLine.

BSNL expected to clear all dues with NOKIA

BSNL could acquire 100% more expansion in the Phase 8 tender. This expansion tender was part of the offer for which Nokia was also competing. So if BSNL needs to move quickly, one way to do this would be to proceed with the expansion tender. 

But from Nokia's perspective, Nokia can help BSNL start 4G services in just four or five months. But for this, BSNL will have to clear all its existing dues with Nokia. Nokia and BSNL are already in talks with each other and with other authorities that will help eliminate quotas. 

BSNL can also seize the opportunity to emerge from the global pandemic as other telecom operators have done. But for this, they need to move quickly and in the right direction without making mistakes.

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