By April 28th, 2009 AT 12:23 PM

bsnl-retail-shopee-telecomtalkThe MobileStore, India’s leading mobile retail outlets chain announced forging a tie-up with state-run PSU BSNL to retail the operator’s services across its outlets.

Rajiv Agrawal, CEO cited that  we aim to provide customers with the entire bouquet of BSNL services ranging from Fixed Lines, Internet, CDMA & GSM Mobile Connections, Recharges and more. BSNL customers at The MobileStore will get a wide choice of handsets including BlackBerry phones and other 3G enabled handsets.

Chandra Prakash, CGM – Maharashtra Circle, BSNL said The MobileStore being country wide organized chain of retail stores dealing in telecom related services with presence in over 200 towns in India will ensure that our products and services are more accessible to our customers.

Now a customer can buy a BSNL connection or recharge his prepaid connection in any of The MobileStore outlets even in Mumbai, irrespective of where his number is obtained from.

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Jay Prakash Prasad

Iam interested in BSNL TABLET, Where it is avaliable at nalasopara, thane, Maharastra.

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Required me a BSNL T-pad ws 802c White tab urgent

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