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330+ TV Channels including Pay and HD Channels, Curated App Store, Youtube, Videos on Demand (Agriculture, Education & Entertainment) Social Media Apps, Video Recording, Games etc.
Why Choose AP Fibernet ?
Internet Leased Lines
- High Speeds up to 10 Gbps.
- Dedicated bandwidth.
- 24,000 KMs of Trunk Network within AP.
- Availability in Rural AP.
- PAN – AP connectivity through 2600+ PoPs.
- Experience of establishing State wide VPN Networks.
- Smart City connectivity.
- High Speeds starting from 100 Mbps.
- Attractive pricing.
- Scalable and Future-Proof Technology.
- Reach across AP.
Audio Conferencing & IVRS
- End-to-End Solution.
- Access to 10,000 SIP Channels.
- Competitive Pricing.
- Latest Technology - IPTV.
- High Visibility Ad Space.
- Access to 9.7 Lakh Households Growing.
- Allows targeted and Region specific Ads.
- Digital Channels.
- Across Genres.
- Reach 9.7 Lakh subscribers instantly.
- Connectivity to all Government Schools.
- Central Studio.
- Expert Teachers.
- Learning Management System.
- 20,000 CCTV cameras across AP.
- Customized solution.
- Strong technical expertise.
- Reachability across AP.
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Optical Fiber Cable
The project was envisaged to deliver policing services that are on par with leading Smart Cities and provide citizen friendly, holistic, integrated, and responsive CCTV based surveillance. This project leverages the state-wide fiber optic network infrastructure established to setup Surveillance cloud which can be utilized effectively for security, traffic control, real time monitoring, cleanliness and other governance purposes.
BharatNet is a flagship project of Government of India (GoI) funded by Universal Service Obligation Fund, Department of Telecommunications.
Virtual Classrooms Project
By introducing technology enabled education, Department of School Education (DSE) aims to improve and enhance the education standards in Government Schools at Andhra Pradesh.
Connectivity in Tribal Regions
Andhra Pradesh comprises of Scheduled areas (around 8% of total area) with around 6% of total state population living in tribal regions. Many of the tribal habitations still do not have access to telecommunication services.