The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has recently launched a new 4G uSim for all its customers in order to provide them with a commendable experience of the 4G internet. With the competitive mobile connections extending and improvising their internet and other data services every now and then, BSNL is known to have moved ahead in progress with its recent decision to launch a 4G uSim at a more than nominal price of Rs. 20 followed by the launch of the 3G network sim within the country for its users which was available for an amount of Rs. 200.
BSNL 4G uSIM | Know Features
All the subscribers of BSNL who are interested in availing the BSNL 4G uSim should be well aware of the features as well as what all it has to offer to its customers. All the customers who wish to avail the 4G services and thus take advantage of the opportunity extended by the BSNL network, need to necessarily exchange their existing SIM with the new BSNL 4G uSim. The subscribers shall not be able to access the BSNL 4G with their 2G/3G sim cards.
In the past, a lot of speculations were raised in the market regarding the services of BSNL, but shutting them up, once introduced in competition within the market, the new BSNL 4G uSim is known to have more slots to work upon in all the 2G, 3G as well as the 4G within the different circles spread in the country.
Also, the BSNL 4G uSim cards are available in the market regardless of the memory size. Also, the new BSNL 4G Sims are of the fourth form factor that is they are of the same as other 4G Sim Cards which belong to competitive telecom networks.
Kerala, Karnataka First To Get BSNL 4G Towers
The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has rolled out its new 4G network uSim for an easy and economical price of Rs. 20. This rate was applicable since April 9. This price is expected to create awareness among the people in context to the 4G network and is known to setup in states like Karnataka by the end of the year.
As of now, Kerala is the Indian state to get the BSNL 4G network. BSNL has currently not extended its 4G services in different parts of the country because of a tiff going on in between the state-run telco as well as the government in context to the allocation of the 4G network to the telecom operator.