BSNL EVDO subscribers complain poor connectivity
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 25: The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited EVDO subscribers who opted for the service to avail internet facilities at Rs 650 per month plan have complained of poor connectivity and regular disruptions during surfing.
According to them, the purpose for which they had purchased the data card at a price of Rs 4,500 is not being fulfilled.
With slogans like – now access fast broadband anytime, anywhere with BSNL EVDO card- the state owned telecom company as per the EVDO subscribers is providing erratic services despite pledge to faster connectivity than rival players.
“We were loyal customers of BSNL and that is why we opted for EVDO services provided by it and infact we purchased the data card at substantial price than what is being offered by Tata Photon” said Arshad, an EVDO subscriber residing in Shivpora.
The poor connectivity, according to Arshad, has forced him to stop using it.
“What is the fun to avail such a scheme when the instrument lies with us with no use,” he questioned.
However, divisional engineer BSNL Gowhar Ahmad denied that there was any problem saying ‘EVDO service is going finely.’ “If there would be some problem we will send our team to that particular area,” he said.
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