BSNL Bhopal



As a vital part of Madhya Pradesh telecom circle, BSNL Bhopal strives to provide all-pervasive network to all corners of the city. BSNL or Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is known as one of the biggest telecommunication service provider of India. Having veritable communication extensions in almost all parts of the Country BSNL today has become an inseparable part of the day-to-day communication process.

The operations of BSNL in Bhopal are administered by the telecom circle of Madhya Pradesh which has till date established 2791 numbers of telephone exchanges in the entire region. Apart from the wide reaching telephone connections, BSNL Bhopal also boasts of being the pioneer in the field of Internet access in the remote corners at a nominal cost which matches the local rates of the place. Voice mail facility was another major achievement of BSNL Bhopal which was installed in the place in the year 2002.

Apart from core networking operations, the Madhya Pradesh telecom circle is engaged with various other related fields. Some such functional zones of MP telecom circle are enlisted below:
  • accessibility and connectivity to Internet
  • enhancing the switching capacity
  • facilitating the video conferencing and data conversion processes through ISDN services
  • uninterrupted transmission via the OFC path
  • customer service cell and public grievance units
  • Intelligent network services
  • computerized telecom services
  • allowing payments of rural bill in various banks
  • upgrading the state of telephone exchanges
With the primary aim of making the telephone networks available in all the rural pockets, BSNL Bhopal is steadily progressing towards easier accessibility in future.



Last Updated on 23 July 2012









     


     

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