Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, India’s prominent telecom service provider, has launched an innovative and first of its kind Wi-Fi technology module built for cars which will facilitate people to enjoy Internet even on the go. This innovation has been mainly developed by company’s Indore division and it costs around 5,000-6,000.
The Wi-Fi technology module was initially installed on an experimental basis in the official car of BSNL Indore unit’s General Manager G.C. Pandey.
The Wi-Fi module uses a antenna fitted in car’s top. The antenna receives Wi-Fi signal with a 3.5mbps speed from an exchange based on CDMA technology to provide the non-stop internet access to the users traveling in cars.
According to G.C Pandey, the model is expected be adopted by customers in a big way, once it gains popularity.