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Monday, January 5, 2015
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Why Should We Choose "BSNL" as our Telecom Operator - Must Know

Subscription for BSNL Services (2G/3G Mobile, Broadband, WiMax...) is our Contribution for National Growth

BSNL, India's oldest and largest communication service provider (CSP) having footprints throughout India with primary focus on social responsibility rather than profits except for the metropolitan cities of Mumbai and New Delhi, which are managed by Mahanagar Telecom Nigam Limited(MTNL).
Why Should We Choose 'BSNL' as our Telecom Operator – Must Know?
BSNL provides almost every telecom service in India by having largest market share for fixed telephony and above 67% market share in ADSL Broadband Services with biggest OFC network in India. so lets talk about, why should we choose BSNL as our telecom operator?
  • Lowest Tariff which assures Cheapest Charges never given by any for all Telecom Services provided by BSNL a fully  Govt Owned Company with focus only on Social Responsibility than on Profit Motive.
  • National Largest Telecom Operator & PSU BSNL provides Broadband access network, which is a superb service for remote areas too, will be available on digital subscriber line technology (on the same wire that is used for plain old telephone service) having High Speed Bandwidth BSNL Broadband Plans at lowest tariff rateswith Transparent Billing and with out any type of Hidden Charges.
  • BSNL Mobile has PAN-India presence with presence in all the 24 telecommunication cellular circles and 2 Metro Districts in India. BSNL Mobile provides Widest Mobile Coverage with Seamless Roaming for Every Nook & Comer by covering all Villages, Cities, entire National  & State Highways, Railway routes across India with roaming access, including Delhi and Mumbai, and International roaming access to more than 300 networks across the world with lowest tariff rates.
  • In India, BSNL is the only one Total Telecom Solution Provider with Widest Technology Covering entire Spectrum of Telecom Services, i.e. Landline, Broadband, Mobile, WLL, WiMAX, MLLN, MPLS, VPN, Leased Line, VSAT, Data card 2G, 3G,  & EVDO.
  • BSNL has also offered futuristic special services to customers like lPTV, Mobile Banking, VAS, TV on Mobile,  Video Calling,  FTTH Services, Video & Voice CaIling Services, which is like a Single Window Services for all Customer Needs.
  • BSNL, the only telecom operator to be called  as Telecom gaint (or) National Telecom Backbone for all telecom services, including value-added services, such as Free Phone Service(FPH), India Telephone Card (Prepaid card), Account Card Calling (ACC), Virtual Private Network (VPN), Tele-Voting, Premium Rae Service (PRM), Universal Access Number (UAN).
  • BSNL Provides Service to all-from Common Man to Large Corporations, Defence, Space Agencies etc., and also provides Total Telecom Solution to all Leading Banks and Major Corporates.
  • BSNL provides complete suite of Telecom Services even in Rural and for flung areas which are commercially non-viable proving clearly the Social Commitment (Ex:- BSNL employees restored the services, even working 24 hours without rest for Uttarakhand disaster in 2013, and for Hudhud disaster in 2014), and also as on date BSNL, the only Mobile Operator, offers Mobile Connectivity for Amarnath Yatra).
  • One of the major thing is, BSNL earnings goes mainly for country’s infrastructure Improvements & Nation Building and which in turn is utilized for providing Basic Amenities, Health & Education for Poor and Downtrodden.
If you agree with the above points, Do not hesitate to join BSNL family. Choose BSNL and Subscribe for BSNL Mobile, Broadband etc..(for any telecom services), to contribute for National Growth. BSNL is reliable. It is Inexpensive. It is truly Indian. Feel Great to be an “Indian” and Feel Proud to be a “BSNL-Customer”. M-94262 54999

Saturday, January 3, 2015

BSNL LatestDevlopment-inf. by AShok Hindocha M-94262 54999

BSNL LatestDevlopment-inf. by AShok Hindocha M-94262 54999
GS, FS, AGS (HQ), AGS Finance) met ED (Finance), GM(FP), and discussed regarding CPC from JAO to AO , AO to CAO, CAO (Adhoc) to CAO (Regular) left out cases. ED (Finance) mentioned that the JAO to AO CPC work has been completed and within one or two days it will be discussed with CLO for approval   and after the CLO clearance efforts will be made to issue promotion order in the next week itself. Regarding AO to CAO and CAO (Adhoc) to CAO (Regular), VCRs are not received however; shortly one AO is being posted in vigilance cell to expedite VCRs.

Indefinite strike from 17-03-2015-inf. by Ashok Hindocha

Indefinite strike from 17-03-2015
Demanding immediate steps for the revival of BSNL.
The Forum of BSNL Unions and
Associations has given a clarion call to
the employees to go on an indefinite
strike from 17
th March, 2015. It is a do
or die situation for the employees. BSNL is
running in loss for the past several years.
It’s market share keeps on dwindling and
has gone below 10%. The next wage
revision for the employees from
01.01.2017, has become a big question
mark. As a result, revision of pension for
the BSNL retirees has also become
uncertain. In short, the future of BSNL, it’s
2.5 lakh workforce, as well as the
pensioners, has become gloomy.
Every attempt is being made to malign
the employees of BSNL. It is being
blamed that BSNL is not able to compete
with private companies, because of
the poor performance of the employees. Further, it is also being propagated that the huge expenditure on account of
payment of salaries to the employees, which constitutes 52% of the Company’s revenues, has led to the financial crisis
of BSNL.
A clear-cut attempt is being made to cover up the real reasons for the downfall of the Company. The quality of BSNL’s
services has been steadily declining over the past several years, due to the Non - expansion of it’s networks. The
cancellation of the 45 million line tender in 2007 and the cancellation of the 93 million line tender in 2010, were body
blows for BSNL. The cancellation of these tenders resulted in denial of GSM equipment supply to BSNL for almost 5 to
6 years. This resulted in network congestion and deterioration in quality of services. As on date, BSNL is having only
around 60,000 towers, whereas, private companies like Airtel and Vodafone are having around 1,20,000 towers each.
How BSNL can compete with these private companies?
Thus, undoubtedly, it is the anti-BSNL and pro-private policies of the successive governments that came to power at the
Centre, are responsible for the present crisis of BSNL. They have taken every possible step to weaken BSNL. Apart
from creating roadblocks to BSNL’s equipment procurement, stoppage of ADC, refusal to compensate BSNL’s loss
incurred on account of providing rural landline service, non- refund of the BWA spectrum charges to BSNL, etc., are
some classic examples. The government should change it’s anti-BSNL policies.
The rapid expansion, as well as upgradation of BSNL’S mobile network is the immediate need for the revival of the
Company. However, this is not possible without a huge capital investment. BSNL, on it’s own does not have the
wherewithal to make this investment. Even PSU banks are not prepared to lend loan to BSNL, on the plea that the
Company is making loss for the past several years, and has no repaying capacity. Hence, the government should step
in and should ensure that BSNL gets necessary funds for it’s capital expenditure.
Ravi Shankar Prasad, after taking over as the Minister of Communications, declared from roof-top, that his government
would provide all supports for the revival of BSNL. But so far, no action is taken in this direction. On the other hand, the
government is moving swiftly to merge BSNL with MTNL. If this merger is done, then that will be the end of the road for
BSNL. Similarly, the government has formed the BBNL and is in the process of forming a separate subsidiary tower
company. These steps are undoubtedly aimed at further weakening BSNL. The retrograde recommendations of the
Deloittee Committee, if implemented will damage BSNL beyond repair.
The Forum has submitted memorandum after memorandum to the government on the issue of revival of BSNL. But
unfortunately, the government has turned a deaf ear to those proposals. It is now crystal clear that the government is
not really interested in the revival of BSNL, except making some noises every now and then, about the merger of BSNL
and MTNL. Hence, we are left with no other option but to go on struggle. CHQ calls upon the circle and district unions to
take all out efforts to mobilise the entire employees to make the strike a historic success.

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