Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL), India’s
state-run telecom operator, has posted a loss of Rs 6,384 crore for the
financial year 2010-11.
According to Milind Deora, the Minister of
State for Communications and Information Technology, some of steps taken by
BSNL to reduce its losses and to improve its financial healthy are as follows:
Optimizing CAPEX and OPEX through
convergence and consolidation of infrastructure.
Strengthening of stable revenue streams through concerted focus on broadband
and enterprise business with major focus on government projects.
Focusing on the revenue from top 100 cities for monitoring purpose.
Sustained operational focus on customer care, service delivery, service
assurance, revenue management and asset management.
Aggressive push on data usage and value added services.
Clear cut segregation of commercial activities from social obligation to ensure
Progressive migration of current network to next generation network thereby
ensuring convergence, consolidation and seamless delivery of various services
to end customers across different technologies.
By Telecomlead.com Team