The state-owned telecom firm BSNL intends to roll out 5G services in India along with its worldwide launch. However, BSNL’s Chief General Manager, Anil Jain has not spoken about any timeline regarding the same. BSNL wants to take the lead in rolling out 5G services in India. In this regard, Anil Jain has stated that “to do the learning and testing on the ground and making our system compatible with 5G, BSNL has signed agreement with several international operators including Nokia, NTT Advance Technology.”
Besides, plans to launch the 5G network, BSNL would soon roll out ‘Wings’, its new offering from August 1 across the country. BSNL had earlier announced several plans under Broadband, landline and for FTTH network. With the new offers, BSNL plans to add 15 lakh new customers for landline and broadband connections and 30 lakh more customers for fiber broadband.