State-run telecom operator BSNL said on Tuesday that it has rolled out 3G services in more than 300 cities in the country and plans to extend it to another 100 by the end of this fiscal.
"In less than one year, 3G service has been rolled out in 318 cities with 8.56 lakh subscribers. In the first phase, BSNL has plans to cross 400 cities by March 31, 2010," BSNL said in a statement.
This will be increased to 760 cities by September 2010, which will cover all important cities across the country, it added.
BSNL currently has a mobile customer base of 59.5 million.