Bharti Airtel India’s leading telecom operator has issued a public notice for its customers of Tamil Nadu stating the reason for disconnection of some prepaid mobile connections due to of non usage in the last 6 months.
This is first of a kind notice that has been issued by any mobile operator in the recent history of the telecom world.
Here is the preview of what has been stated in the public notice as released by Airtel.
It is hereby notified to all concerned that Airtel intends to deactivate certain prepaid mobile connections that have not been used in the last 6 months continuously. Customers who have availed such services and have not used the same are advised to contact through customer care helpline @ 121, 9840198401 or email @email@example.com within 10 days from today to avoid deactivation of the services. In the event of no communication being received from such customers it shall be understood that the concerned customers do not object to such permanent deactivation of services and Bharti Airtel Limited shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever to any customer who objects to such deactivation at any later late.
Though this notice won’t affect any customers who are enjoying Lifetime Validity.
For any further assistance customers can also post their queries to Airtel Tamil Nadu circle office at the below mentioned address.
Bharti Airtel Limited,
Tamil Nadu Circle,
Oceanic Towers 101,
Santhome High Road,
Santhome,Chennai – 600028