Obviously, it sounds weird. How can someone get so sure about the brand of mobile network Prime Minister Narendra Modi uses? Due to security reasons, the actual answer to this question cannot be written as data is not available or classified. But according to the Quora, the rumor is that the President, Prime Minister and all the other major Government chief secretary’s officials use BSNL mobile network as it is being run, operated and owned fully by Government of India under Department of Telecommunications (DOT).
Also, the PM in order to hide his IMEI number uses a movable base station based communication system. It is impossible to track his movements. Base stations are located in his car, PMO, and Air India One and can easily be switched among each other.
On the other hand, according to the Gadgets Now, an RTI application has revealed that the National Informatics Centre (NIC) is providing an average of 34Mbps speed to the PMO office.
Vinod Ranganathan, who filed the RTI application said: “The computers at the PMO continue to work on Windows 7/ Windows 8 even after the Edward Snowden episode. But countries like China has banned Windows 8 operating systems from government computers because of security concerns.”
BSNL is India’s oldest communication service provider and has more than 2.5 Lakh employees in India. Moreover, after Indian Railways, BSNL is the third largest employer in Public Sector undertaking(PSU).
Army watches BSNL very closely and helps the government by providing a super secured network for carrying out country’s work.