Why Cut the Cable and Go For Broadband Wireless Internet

Cable gives way to Wireless

It is a fact of life that we use technology and adapt to it ultimately. You can consider numerous examples such as transportation, mobile phones, latest medical technologies and even movies from black and white to color to 3D. All of this may touch your life in one way or another.

In India, people have leapfrogged from fixed line phones to mobile phones in less than a generation. At the best of times, India’s fixed line phones did not exceed 10 million whereas over 770 million Indians use mobile phones today.

The use and easy availability of mobile phones has transformed the way India does business and each of us communicates. From using mobile phones to making voice calls, Indians increasingly use smartphones to access a variety of information through the Internet. In 2017, Smartphone population in the country exceeded 300 million.

Wireless to tap rural potential

With wireless broadband, people residing in rural or urban areas can enjoy the privilege of undertaking any activity related to communications – voice calls, information exchange, data exchange, receiving and sending information. We can perform these tasks wherever we are. For instance, a farmer hooked on to the APMC yard can access the prices of commodities wherever he is – at home, on the farm, while shopping, while traveling or while meeting up with friends and relatives. Similarly, you can also access various data and through it many services from anywhere.

Thus, wireless broadband is something like a shadow – it never leaves you even when there is no sunlight. The technological innovations will make sure that wireless broadband connectivity will reach everyone at an affordable price. The government’s push to digital economy will ensure the use of wireless broadband more and more. Internet Service Providers (ISP) will move towards wireless broadband quickly. Internet service providers like Tikona Broadband are set to gain in the long-run. They already have the technology in place and are already present in 25+ cities across India. For them to tap into Tier 3 and 4 cities along with rural India under the Digital India Initiative will be extremely easy.

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