BSNL is the India’s leading telecommunications and broadband Internet provider. •
Provides global telecommunication services 90 million customers in India; •
Provides 27.45 million fixed- wired line telephones with network connections, and local telephone exchanges; •
Operates more than 72 million wireless subscriber;
Owns largest cellular provider in whole India;
BSNL communication has moved into new areas as technology improves and into new innovation like Mobile communication , 3G Services for mobiles, Wimax and WLL ; •
Invests in new mobile technology of the century 4G networking and other innovations in Internet protocol. Weaknesses
BSNL main weaknesses are associated with the following factors: •
Short of mobile divergence which help the competitors like bharthi tel and Reliance to turn around and attract more BSNL customers; •
No promotion for ‘cheap voice calls, such as call now, Data one prepaid cards; •
Occasional fixed phone problem due to BSNL operations;
Complaints about customer services provided by BSNL.
Problems with BSNL Broadband Infrastructure.
Transition to the new century 4G including the transfer of half of its customers to 3G by 2010; •
Developing and improvising more profitable products and services that are fewer regulated ; •
Highlighting on telecommunications and IT solutions and broadband internet services; •
Expansion of BSNL online service platform to serve small businesses; •
Expansion of Internet smart-phone services.
Expansion of services on highly-dynamic Indian economy and internationally; •
Contracting more overseas partners to further its global expansion; Threats
Tough competition from BSNL main rivals: Bharthi Airtel ,Vodafone, Idea; •
Global financial crisis;
Management shortages in BSNL core business divisions, including retail, wholesale; •
Increase of redemption;
Operating markets liquidity;
Recent scandal about bidding 2G spectrum and...
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