Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) North East-II Telecom Circle on Saturday inaugurated community centre at BSNL staff quarter and telephone exchange, Kevijau colony Signal Basti, Dimapur.
Speaking on the inaugural function as the chief guest Ranjan Sanyal, chief general manager NE-II Telecom Circle, Dimapur said that the community centre would benefit the BSNL staff, residents and members and it was meant for the welfare of the staff. The members can use the centre for their in house functions and can also be utilized by the children to practice their hobbies, games, dance and others. He further said that along with the cooperation of members and families the BSNL would ‘achieve the impossible’.
While speaking with media persons here, Ranjan Sanyal said BSNL was committed to develop Nagaland and would very shortly launch their 3G operation (3G is the third generation of tele standards and technology for mobile networking) for which the final tests are going on.
In its commitment towards connecting the border and the remote areas with the rest of the country, BSNL was providing digital satellite phone in very big way which was being used by gram pradhan and local villagers, he said.
Ranjan Sanyal also highlighted the problem faced by BSNL department while facilitating their service. The main obstacle coming through its way was power shortage especially in areas like Mon and for which one dozen connections were lying pending. He further appealed to the department to look into the matter seriously.
He also said that BSNL was enhancing customer service to 24 x7 and would provide modern services for Kohima, Dimapur, Imphal, Itanagar and the surrounding areas.
The other plans of BSNL include launching of CDMA with EVDO technology, close user group where calls within the group would be free, more mobile towers, more coverage to all the districts of Nagaland, IP TV and others.