The government will soon launch broadband services readiness index of states based on parameters like infrastructure, approval processes and utilisation of high speed Internet. As per telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajan, the Ministry of Electronics and IT has also shown interest in states readiness index and want to expand it further.
Soon people across the world may have free WiFi as the Chinese major LinkSure Network is planning to invest $432 million in its first satellite in the constellation plan which will consist of 272 satellites. The dream of global free wifi may become true by 2026 if everything goes as planned, the company said.
As per a global survey by OpenSignal, mobile data is faster than WiFi hotspots in 33 countries. The survey covered Africa, Europe, Latin America, and Middle East. As per survey, there is typically an advantage of 10Mbps or more in places such as Australia, Oman, and the Czech Republic, while multi-megabit advantages are seen in places like Austria, Iran, and South Africa.
According to the new report by the telecom regulator TRAI, the total wired broadband subscribers base has gone up 0.38% to 18.02 million in August from 17.95 million in July. As per report, the top five Wired Broadband Service providers were BSNL (9.16 million), Bharti Airtel (2.24 million), Atria Convergence Technologies (1.36 million), MTNL (0.81 million) and Hathway Cable & Datacom (0.76 million).
The leading internet service provider (ISP) ACT Fibernet has expanded its footprint in Telangana by launching its high-speed fibre broadband service in Warangal. There are two new broadband plans in the market specifically curated to meet the demands and requirements of the customers. ACT Swift, offers 400 GB FUP limit with 50 Mbps speed and ACT Rapid offers 800 GB FUP limit with 100 Mbps speed.
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