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Article BSNL now holds completely liberalised spectrum Pan India

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State-owned telecom operator BSNL which operates in 20 circles had its license expire on 28th Feb this year and had been continuing to provide services on an ad-hoc basis since 29th Feb. DoT has now granted BSNL...

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Can we expect B8 4G from BSNL now ? And what is the minimum spectrum required to run 2G ?
 

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Can we expect B8 4G from BSNL now ? And what is the minimum spectrum required to run 2G ?
B8 4G you can expect only from Airtel and Vi. BSNL has a major chunk of subscribers on 2G and if they refarm 900 MHz for 4G they will need a lot more towers for B3 2G. There is a possibility that Dot might have given them 5 MHz Pan India in B3 for 4G but it's not disclosed yet, I'll get an idea about it once the NIA for the next auction is released. But I would expect B8 2G, B3 4G, B1 3G and B 41 for capacity 4G where available.
 
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