KOCHI: Idukki will be the first district in the nation to get the BSNL’s high-speed 4G network. The state-run company which launched the 4G network service in the forested, mountainous area of the state two months again is all set to full the modernisation course of inside per week.
As per the plan, BSNL will improve practically 124 towers to 4G mode to present high-speed web connection throughout the district. “Already we have converted 47 towers at Thodupuzha to 4G mode. Within one week the whole district will get the 4G network,” mentioned a BSNL spokesperson. Though BSNL launched the 4G service in Maharashtra for the first time, it failed to get a fillip. “The service we have started from Udumbanchola, Senapathi, Chemannar and Santhanpara in Idukki district reached Lakshadweep as well. With the completion of the installation, BSNL users can enjoy high-speed internet at low cost,” mentioned the spokesperson.
BSNL had come to an settlement with the Nokia firm to present the delicate tools to improve the towers.”We have already started the 4G sim distribution in the area and are getting a good response from the public. With BSNL expanding its wings, the public’s long-time worry of network issues will be resolved,” he mentioned.
Meanwhile, the BSNL is about to launch the 4G service in Ernakulam district in the second part .”The machines for the modernisation of towers have already reached the main office. We hope the work will start in a few months,” he mentioned.