One of the country’s leading telecom players Bharti Airtel is in buzz for yet another wrong reason after the news broke out that it was at the top of list of operators whose mobile towers were found violating radiation norms in an audit conducted by the telecom department. This time for serving a huge bill amounting to Rs 1, 86,553, the company has gained to draw flake again.

Nitin Sethi, who is the vice president of a prominent classified advertising platform in India, was given this massive bill.

Talking to Evartha Nitin said, “I was left with utter shock when I received this bill and I had contacted their customer care immediately who told me this might be a technical error. But even days after this issue have not been resolved.”

“Holding the call for nearly quarter an hour and reaching out for a customer care executive agent from Airtel is really harassing,” an irritated Nitin says.

 

Asked when whether the young entrepreneur plans to put up the issue before the consumer court he says, “As I have waited for so long and still the issue doesn’t seems to get resolved, I am heading towards the consumer forum.”- Evartha


 

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