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BSNL seemingly gaining consumers in India

As per a report by ETV Bihar, 1,200 people ported their number to BSNL in just 3 days. The report also recorded the statement of Akhilesh Kumar, Public Relations Officer of Patna-based BSNL Bihar, in which he said that there was an increasing trend of people towards BSNL. Turns out people are indiscriminately porting their SIM cards and are switching to BSNL. Before the price hike, the average number of people porting to BSNL was around 30 to 40 per day, which has now increased to 300 to 400 per day, which is around 400 percent more than the average port.

Separately, a news magazine from Bilaspur has also suggested similar numbers. As per the report, in the month of December 2021, 2,608 people shifted from their respective networks to BSNL, while the number rose to a staggering 5,032 in January 2022. Given that this month is still 2/3rd short of completion, we can expect this number to grow even further. Lastly, another report proposes that in the month of December, BSNL added more than 25 lakh users across India, which in itself is a big deal.

While the numbers have been increasing, one can only hope that BSNL starts providing its users with better network quality, more affordable plans, and additional lucrative services which the leading private telcos are known for.

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