Want to Lodge Complaint Against BSNL with Government of India?

In this video we will learn how you can file a complaint against BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) with Department of Telecommunications (DoT), under Ministry of Communications, Government of India, using ?

You can file your grievance with Department of Telecommunications if you are facing any of the following issue:

  • Network issues like Call drop/Congestion/Dead Connection.
  • BSNL not porting your number under Mobile Number Portability.
  • Offering less 2G/3G/4G internet data than what was initially offered.
  • Misleading advertisements and offers.
  • Sudden Deactivation of SIM Card/Landline/Broadband services.
  • Overcharging in postpaid bill.
  • Not refunding money after failed transaction(s).
  • Not refunding your security deposit amount.
  • Not refunding excess amount that was charged in the previous month’s bill.
  • Wrong prepaid top-up/special recharge.
  • Faulty equipment provided like Wi-Fi router/MODEM/Telephone/Handset and not replacing the equipment.
  • Wire line internet/land line services disrupted due to physical cut of networking cables and no one coming to repair them after multiple requests.
  • Money deducted from bank account/credit card/debit card but recharge not done OR bill payment failed.
  • Aren’t deactivating add-on/on demand services like Movies on demand, Games on demand, Songs on demand etc. even after multiple requests.
  • Still getting promotional calls from the provider even after enabling Do Not Disturb (DND).
  • Poor Broadband or Network Connectivity.
  • Not Disconnecting Postpaid/Landline/Broadband Services even after multiple requests to BSNL.
  • Not blocking SIM card after handset got lost/stolen.
  • Not issuing duplicate SIM.
  • Rude behavior/harassment by staff/customer care executive.
  • National/International Roaming issues.
  • Not changing (upgrading/downgrading) your existing plan.