BSNL to install 30 new towers in Indore
Till now the BSNL customers are receiving signals from 202 mobile towers across the city. Below average connectivity is a major cause of irritation for most of the BSNL customers.
The BSNL general manager GC Pandey recently undertook the task of improving communication on priority basis and started assessing capacity of the mobile network.
It was found that high rise buildings were hindering mobile signals and locations of the antenna were altered at several places for fixing problems.
Pandey also visited different areas with staff for first hand account on status of connectivity available to the BSNL cell phone users.
The general manager identified 30 locations where new mobile towers could improve connectivity significantly.
A proposal was sent to the senior officers in this regard. After getting a positive response, the telecom company is planning to shortly start process for installing these towers.
“The poor connectivity has been a major concern for BSNL users for long,” said Kailash Sharma.
Another BSNL user Neha Verma complained that call drops, calls not connecting and unclear voice often irritate her.
The BSNL, Indore circle, was flooded with such complaints in recent past.
GC Pandey said that the company is committed to offering hassle-free facilities to its customers.
Installation of mobile towers is just a step in this regard. With installment of 30 new towers, the base of such facilities for BSNL in Indore would reach to 232.
A proposal was sent to the senior officers. After getting a positive response, the company is planning to start process for installing towers.
With installment of 30 new towers, the base of such facilities for BSNL in Indore would reach to 232.