How can I complain to BSNL online?

How can I complain to BSNL online?

Visit BSNL complaint portal at https://selfcare.bsnl.co.in/tungsten/UI/facelets/raiseTechnicalComplaintExternal.xhtml.

  1. Click Register Complaint.
  2. Select Service from a dropdown list (Landline, Broadband, Bharat Fiber Landline, Wings, BB over WiFi, BB over EPBAX)
  3. Enter STD Code (Submit with 0 Ex:- 040)

How can I complain to BSNL mobile?

You will find here BSNL prepaid plans, customer care numbers, helpline numbers, e-mail IDs and other important details to solve your prepaid data or recharge related problems anytime, anywhere….BSNL WLL/GSM Toll Free Number.

From BSNL mobile or Landline 1502
From other operator mobile or Landline 1800-180-1502

How can I complain to BSNL by email?

[email protected]

How do I contact Bank customer care?

Contact the bank’s customer care service centre by calling:

  1. 1800 425 1444.
  2. 1800 572 8031.
  3. 080-2202 1500.

Where can I complain against BSNL?

BSNL has an extensive grass root level Fault Restoration System (FRS) to book the complaints and ensure prompt rectification of any fault. For this customer is required to call Local Number 198 for booking/ registration of his complaint/grievance.

Is bank a call center?

850 724 0 724İşbank / Customer service

Is bank a customer number?

1800 425 1444.

Can mobile customer care number?

For any credit card related queries or complaints, customers can reach out to the below mentioned Canara Bank Credit Card Customer Care Numbers: 1800 425 0018. 1800 103 0018. 1800 208 3333.

How do I complain to BSNL dead landline?

Bsnl customer care is available for almost all departments , Each department is now more responsible for customer satisfaction . Your landline is dead? Now you can complaint this via the ONLINE Portal (self care) or Just call toll free number 198 Via Mobile . Call 198 When Bsnl Broadband / landline is dead.

How do I contact my bank?

You can usually find it on your bank’s website on the “Customer Service” or “Contact Us” page. Also check for this number on your paper checks or the back of your credit card. It’s generally a good idea to find a more specific and local number than the general customer service line.