BSNL neighbourhood faces poor connectivity
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 2: The residents of Mandir Bagh and Gaw Kadal near the City centre have complained about poor GPRS and mobile service by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited. These areas fall in the vicinity of the BSNL head office at Exchange Road.
The inhabitants of Mandir Bagh said that GPRS internet service remains often affected in the locality which causes huge inconvenience to the users.
“The GPRS service is so erratic that we have to restart our phones frequently to get connected,” the subscribers told Greater Kashmir adding the area was few meters away from the BSNL’s Multiple Switching Centre.
They said that despite paying monthly tariffs on time, the BSNL authorities have failed to improve the connectivity. “Despite repeated pleas, the authorities failed to improve the services,” the residents said and threatened to surrender their SIM cards if the officials failed to redress their grievances.
Meanwhile the residents of Old Gagribal told Greater Kashmir that BSNL authorities have turned a deaf ear towards their repeated plea about poor mobile connectivity in the area.
“BSNL service here is causing lot of inconvenience; we have even complained many a times to the authorities but nothing is being done in this regard,” locals said.
When contacted, GMT BSNL said the complaints would be looked into.
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