Cheers Mobile – Etisalat DB Suggesting Customers To Port Out From Its Network Before 31st March

By March 10th, 2012 AT 12:47 AM

Cheers Mobile - Etisalat DB Suggesting Customers To Port Out From Its Network Before 31st MarchCheers Mobile GSM service of Etisalat DB whose mobile service licenses has been canceled by the Supreme Court under 2G verdict, has advised its customers to transfer their mobile number to another operator using MNP prior to the scheduled suspension of Cheers Mobile services on 31st March,2012.

In a statement posted in its official portal Cheers Mobile / Etisalat DB said “Customers are encouraged to ‘port out’ their Cheers mobile number to a network of their choice as soon as possible (till 31st March,2012) by following the process prescribed by India’s telecommunications regulator the TRAI.

Cheers Mobile (Etisalat DB) a joint venture with real estate major DB Group and Dubai (UAE) based Etisalat has Unified Services Access License in 15 circles including Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Mumbai,Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu (including Chennai), Uttar Pradesh (East), Uttar Pradesh (West), Madhya Pradesh and Bihar.

Earlier The company said that the decision to windup its India operations has been taken in order to protect the interests of all stakeholders and to avoid incurring further costs at this time of rapid change and continued uncertainty in the Indian telecommunications sector.

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KAPIL KUMAR

Cheers was a good compnay for there Customer but Indain govt. is a Ghuskhor (corrupted),

Manoj Kumar
Manoj Kumar

What about the customers who have not completed 90 days in cheers network, TRAI should allow the customers who have not completed 90 days to port out to other operator because it is not a fault of customer its company’s decision, so customers should not be suffered by all this.

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