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BSNL ropes in Tata Comm to provide WiFi hotspots to 44 mn users abroad

BSNL has become the fourth-largest mobile service provider

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

BSNL ropes in Tata Comm to provide wifi hotspots to 44 mn users abroad

With an eye on international roaming market, state-owned telecom firm has partnered with to provide its customers access to 44 million wi-fi hotspots globally at fixed prices starting Rs 999.

"is the first among the Indian mobile operators to have taken this big step forward towards how mobile subscribers use wi-fi internationally. We have partnered with to facilitate access to high-speed data service when our customers travel abroad. They will be able to access unlimited data on these hotspots at fixed cost," Chairman and Managing Director Anupam Shrivastava said.

The customers can activate the wi-fi plan through BSNL's mobile application. The plans are priced at Rs 999 for three days, Rs 1,599 for 15 days and Rs 1,999 for 30 days, inclusive of all other charges. The mobile application will also show location of wi-fi hotpsots.

"mobile subscribers can access wi-fi anywhere in the world without worrying about the bill shock when they get home and no longer have to limit their Internet usage while abroad," Shrivastava said.

Customers will not need one-time password to connect with wi-fi after activating their plan.

has become the fourth-largest mobile service provider, up from the sixth position. The company leads in wirelines broadband service.

"Wi-Fi plus changes how subscribers experience wi-fi and simplifies how they get connected to the Internet and use their applications while travelling abroad. We are really proud of this partnership with and how it is delivering innovative mobile experiences to subscribers," said Christopher Almeida, Senior Vice-President, Service Provider Group, Tata Communications.

has a global network of sub-marine cable and provides connectivity to telecom service providers across more than 240 countries and territories.

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BSNL ropes in Tata Comm to provide WiFi hotspots to 44 mn users abroad

BSNL has become the fourth-largest mobile service provider

BSNL has become the fourth-largest mobile service provider
With an eye on international roaming market, state-owned telecom firm has partnered with to provide its customers access to 44 million wi-fi hotspots globally at fixed prices starting Rs 999.

"is the first among the Indian mobile operators to have taken this big step forward towards how mobile subscribers use wi-fi internationally. We have partnered with to facilitate access to high-speed data service when our customers travel abroad. They will be able to access unlimited data on these hotspots at fixed cost," Chairman and Managing Director Anupam Shrivastava said.

The customers can activate the wi-fi plan through BSNL's mobile application. The plans are priced at Rs 999 for three days, Rs 1,599 for 15 days and Rs 1,999 for 30 days, inclusive of all other charges. The mobile application will also show location of wi-fi hotpsots.

"mobile subscribers can access wi-fi anywhere in the world without worrying about the bill shock when they get home and no longer have to limit their Internet usage while abroad," Shrivastava said.

Customers will not need one-time password to connect with wi-fi after activating their plan.

has become the fourth-largest mobile service provider, up from the sixth position. The company leads in wirelines broadband service.

"Wi-Fi plus changes how subscribers experience wi-fi and simplifies how they get connected to the Internet and use their applications while travelling abroad. We are really proud of this partnership with and how it is delivering innovative mobile experiences to subscribers," said Christopher Almeida, Senior Vice-President, Service Provider Group, Tata Communications.

has a global network of sub-marine cable and provides connectivity to telecom service providers across more than 240 countries and territories.
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BSNL ropes in Tata Comm to provide WiFi hotspots to 44 mn users abroad

BSNL has become the fourth-largest mobile service provider

With an eye on international roaming market, state-owned telecom firm has partnered with to provide its customers access to 44 million wi-fi hotspots globally at fixed prices starting Rs 999.

"is the first among the Indian mobile operators to have taken this big step forward towards how mobile subscribers use wi-fi internationally. We have partnered with to facilitate access to high-speed data service when our customers travel abroad. They will be able to access unlimited data on these hotspots at fixed cost," Chairman and Managing Director Anupam Shrivastava said.

The customers can activate the wi-fi plan through BSNL's mobile application. The plans are priced at Rs 999 for three days, Rs 1,599 for 15 days and Rs 1,999 for 30 days, inclusive of all other charges. The mobile application will also show location of wi-fi hotpsots.

"mobile subscribers can access wi-fi anywhere in the world without worrying about the bill shock when they get home and no longer have to limit their Internet usage while abroad," Shrivastava said.

Customers will not need one-time password to connect with wi-fi after activating their plan.

has become the fourth-largest mobile service provider, up from the sixth position. The company leads in wirelines broadband service.

"Wi-Fi plus changes how subscribers experience wi-fi and simplifies how they get connected to the Internet and use their applications while travelling abroad. We are really proud of this partnership with and how it is delivering innovative mobile experiences to subscribers," said Christopher Almeida, Senior Vice-President, Service Provider Group, Tata Communications.

has a global network of sub-marine cable and provides connectivity to telecom service providers across more than 240 countries and territories.

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