BSNL testing to offer 4G services in a full-fledged manner across the country for a while now. But few reporting that BSNL kicked off the trial of a 4G+2G network starting November 26, in towns such as Gandhidham and Anjar of Gujarat.
As a part of this spectrum realignment utilization, users will not be able to use a 3G network but 2G will keep working on all handsets.
Customers can upgrade their existing 2G/3G SIM to a 4G SIM and experience 4G services. So if you have an old SIM card, you can head over to any BSNL office in the region to avail a BSNL 4G SIM card.
BSNL is also offering 2GB free data for users upgrading to a 4G SIM card, something which we have seen private telcos doing the same in the past.
Talking about the commercial launch, we might see it happen only in the first half of 2019 if its spectrum allotment happens on time.
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