Minister of State (I/C) for Communications, Manoj Sinha today launched BSNL Internet Telephony Service called “Wings”.
This service allows customers to make and receive calls over the internet from anywhere in India or abroad. It will use a mobile numbering scheme and will need an SIP client (soft app) to be downloaded and installed on a smart device (laptop, smartphone and tablet).
It is expected to offer convenience to customers and will open up additional revenue generation opportunities for BSNL.
Manoj Sinha also presented Bharat Sanchar Seva Awards to winners for the year 2016 and 2017. Six winners for each year were felicitated under the individual awards category. In addition, Santrupti CSC of Bhopal (MP Circle) and Thrissur CSC of Thrissur (Kerala Circle) were recognised as the Best Customer Service Centre for 2016 and 2017 respectively.
Speaking at the awards ceremony, Manoj Sinha said, “The initiative taken by BSNL to recognize them for their talent and hard work will motivate other employees of the organisation to constantly exceed customer expectations.”
As a part of its continuous endeavour to recognise the contributions of its staff, BSNL has established the annual Bharat Sanchar Seva Awards. The winners of these awards are selected from across service areas and levels, on the basis of a set of multi-dimensional parameters. Each awardee receives Rs. one lakh in cash, along with a silver medal, a citation, and 10 days of special leave which entitles them to travel anywhere in India with family.