BSNL Won’t Charge for Telecom Services
Bharat Sanchar Nigam limited (BSNL) on Friday joined different carrier providers in saying relief to customers in the Kashmir Valley all over the length when the state was hit by means of floods.
The company said it could no longer charge its consumers in Jammu and Kashmir for the telecommunication services and products for the month of September for no longer with the ability to present the services and products totally during the length.
The announcement came following state Governor N Vohra’s recommendation on this regard to R N Sudhakar, Chief basic manager, BSNL, Jammu and Kashmir Circle, who known as on the Governor at Raj Bhavan yesterday.
“Sudhakar agreed to the Governor’s suggestion that the shoppers should not be billed for the current billing cycle and, in truth, given certain concessions,” an legit spokesman stated.
He mentioned Sudhakar informed the Governor in regards to the quite a lot of issues which had been encountered via BSNL in restoring telecommunication services and products within the aftermath of up to date floods in the State.
He additionally apprised the Governor of the steps up to now taken to handle these difficulties.
BSNL Won’t Charge for Telecom Services in Jammu and Kashmir for September
A substantial amount of development has been being carried out within the alternative of Transmission gear at BSNL place of business in Lal Chowk and in partially restoring the cell network, landline telephones, wi-fi phone lines and web facility.
He stated the Governor emphasized the necessity for dependable alternate wireless connectivity in the state, which can be utilized at the time of mess ups and wired the importance of telecommunication facilities for the revival of economic system of the state after this mega disaster.
Meanwhile, concept mobile also announced that the company will waive off expenses for its services and products for the period they remained affected because of the floods.
Reliance Communications had the day gone by mentioned its subscribers within the flood-affected Kashmir region will get a 50 p.c waiver on voice packs and one hundred per cent waiver on knowledge packs for September.