Monday, August 8, 2011

BSNL launches VVoIP service in India

The state run Telecom company BSNL has launched yet another ground breaking service in India after Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). The new service is Voice and Video over Internet Protocol (VVoIP).

Using this service BSNL customers can make audio and video calls at their will using land phone or mobile or Internet Protocol phone anywhere in the world, provided both ends must have video phones.
BSNL has partnered with Sai Infosystem (SiS) to make this a reality. The service was initially available in Ahmedabad. But by the end of this month, the service will be available in entire Gujarat. By the end of March 2012, whole India will be under the coverage. According to BSNL, the new service will be more economical than the conventional services. BSNL is working with major international carriers to ensure trouble free service.
The customers will be charged 40 paise per minute for audio and Rs 2 per minute for video calls within the country using VVoIP. The international tariff is also low. The VVoIP service can be made available with a monthly rental of just Rs 150.

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