WARANGAL: The country no more depended on foreign assistance for communication network and BSNL pioneered communication revolution by extending the facility to even remotest areas, said BSNL general manager K Narender. Inaugurating a seminar on ‘electrocom-2009’ organised by the Department of Electronics & Communications Engineering of KITS here, Mr. Narender said the BSNL currently has five crore landline and five crore cellular phone connections and in the next one year, it would provide 10 crore connections. KITS principal C.V. Guru Rao said the management was utilising the best of the technology to provide state-of-the-art facilities.