Car based Wi-Fi network modules being launched by BSNL

Wi-Fi technology module for cars has been launched for first time in India by BSNL’s Indore division which will help people to surf internet while travelling.BSNL_Logo

General Manager G C Pandey car’s become the first experimental car to test the Wi-Fi module which costs around Rs 5,000-6,000.

Again the car has an antenna attached outside which provides data access in a speed of 3.5 mbps by the CDMA technology through BSNL’s own telephone exchange. Once this model gains the required the popularity then customers will use in it a large scale manner as per commented by Mr. Pandey.

Already BSNL has launched a  Penta T-Pad WS707C tablet price at Rs 7,999 with in-built 2G SIM card slot plus voice calling option. Other interesting features are like  1GHz Cortex A9 processor, Mali 400 GPU, 1 GB DDR3 RAM.                                                                      

 

                                                                        Source-Telecom Seva

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