Indian state-owned telecommunications, BSNL has deal with Tata Communications to deliver a high-speed data service and consumers use Wi-Fi globally at a starting cost of Rs 999.
BSNL is the first Indian telecom company in which customers use Wi-Fi globally. The users will be capable to access unlimited data through Wi-Fi anyplace in the world at a fixed price. The consumers will not need to remember several passwords and will have to register just once to get linked with the adjacent participating Wi-Fi hotspot when they travel to a different city, country or continent.
In this service the users can activate the Wi-Fi plan from mobile application of BSNL. The plans are available at a starting cost of Rs 999 for three days, Rs 1,599 for 15 days and 1,999 for 30 days. The mobile application will display the place of Wi-Fi hot spots.
After installing the Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide, BSNL will get fourth-largest mobile service provider previously from the sixth position
Tata Communications has a worldwide network and delivers connectivity to telecom service providers across the world more than 240 countries and territories. It is the sixth largest mobile service provider in India with subscribers of 62.57 million in April 2015.