Thursday, 17 July 2014

Telangana State Government aims to digitalize state with 4G Services launch at end of this Year 2014

Formation of new State Telangana from composite Andhrapradesh State, the Chief Minister of Telangana State Sri K Chandra Sekhara Rao moving forward to enhancing the city Hyderabad in the digital broadband infrastructure space. According to the CMO official sources says, Reliance Communications informed to Chief Minister of Telangana that they will be investing Rs 4,100 crore to build 4G (Fourth Generation Services) WiFi services across the Telangana state.

The Relaince Communications is ready to launch the Fourth Generation (4G Services) services in Hyderabad, six other municipal corporations and 37 municipalities across Telangana State in the first phase and expect to carried the project to the rest of the region in two more phases.
The company is planning to offer Wi-Fi services at Free of cost initial for six months also in the city after rolling out the services and government would provide necessary support for establishing the communication towers and the underground optic fiber cable for this purpose.

The government plans to make Hyderabad as a 4G WiFi services-enabled city by this end of year December, 2014, keeping in view of the needs of the local Information Technology Industry and also to improve the city's reflection in the digital broadband communications space. Reliance Communications laying optic fiber cable at a length of 1,700 km in Hyderabad alone and of this 500 km work has already been completed, according to the statement. Chief minister feels that the 4G WiFi services will enable people to access all the services including voice, television and internet under one roof, it says.

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