BSNL Goa surpasses 25,000 FTTH customers mark, enhances telecommunication infrastructure

BSNL Goa surpasses 25,000 FTTH customers mark, enhances telecommunication infrastructure

In a notable achievement, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has proudly announced that its Goa division has exceeded 25,000 Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) customers. The telecom company has been actively investing in expanding its FTTH network infrastructure to meet the escalating demand for high-speed internet services. This achievement is attributed to BSNL's unwavering commitment to technological excellence and a customer-centric approach.

Shri. S. K. Choudhari, Principal General Manager Telecom Goa, expressed his delight, stating, "We are delighted to celebrate the achievement of 25,000 FTTH customers. This milestone is a testament to our unwavering commitment to delivering top-notch broadband services to households across Goa."

BSNL is currently engaged in a special drive to convert copper connections to fibre for individual and enterprise customers without any change in their landline indicators and additional costs. FTTH tariffs are thoughtfully designed to cater to the diverse needs of citizens, with selected plans offering Free-to-air TV channels and OTT apps.

To further strengthen telecommunication services in Goa, BSNL has initiated the establishment of robust protection paths for tele-traffic. Significant investments are being made in new batteries, power plants, CUPS BNGs, MAAN equipment, and super edge & core routers, to ensure uninterrupted and reliable connectivity for residents and businesses in Goa.

The newly implemented protection paths are strategically designed to fortify existing telecommunication infrastructure, providing a seamless flow of tele-traffic even in challenging circumstances. This proactive measure is intended to mitigate potential disruptions caused by natural calamities, technical glitches, or unforeseen events.

BSNL is also set to address latency issues by making KRCL dark fibres available from Mumbai to Goa in the coming months. Additionally, a new 10G link has been established through a spatially different topology.

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