Presently, if a customer transfers a call from his mobile to another mobile then he has to pay a certain amount, however, BSNL's service to offer call transfer facility from mobile to lanline will be free of cost. BSNL is also planning to push for adoption of NGN-based fixed line connection among corporate customers. The state-run operator says that such phones can be converted in to a small exchange for transferring calls within an organization via the extension number route for employees.
According to the telecom watchdog Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), from 31.53 million at the end of May, 2012, the wireline subscriber base has declined to 31.43 million at the end of June, 2012. However, in this dampening environment also BSNL, with a 69% market share that stands for 21.7 million subscribers, is the market leader in the wired telecom segment.
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