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Bharti Airtel ties up with India posts for collection of documents

DOT has set a deadline for all telecom service providers across the country to complete the validation and authentication of subscriber documents.

Airtel has announced its tie up with the India Post in Karnataka for collection of documents.
This will help all subscribers to avail of services like, Airtel prepaid and postpaid subscription form, assistance in filling the form, collection of documents, authenticating, validating and dispatch of the documents to Bharti Airtel.
The services will be available across 2000 post offices in the state including 59 head post offices.
Department of Telecommunications (DOT) has set a deadline (October 31) for all telecom service providers across the country to complete the validation and authentication of subscriber documents.
Adhering to DOT deadline for re verification, all telecom providers are set take stringent initiatives to streamline the documentation verification process.
Airtel’s initiative will help it ensure that it adheres to the time line. As it will become easier for it’s subscribers to submit documents.
Bharti Airtel has started organising one-day document collection campaigns across the state for the convenient of the customer. The first camp is being conducted in Mysore on Monday (Sept 13) at Nanjarja Bahadur Mantap, Vinoba Road, Shivaramapet. Customers who are requested by Airtel for re-submission of their documents (via SMS) are only expected to visit these camps.
To create awareness among the existing and prospective customers, following the unauthorised SIM issue, Cellular Operators’ Association of India (COAI) has released advertisements in leading newspapers to educate all eco-system players, customers, distributors and dealers, about the processes and documents required for new subscriptions.
Bhart Airtel organises regular meetings with retailers and distributors in association with the Police to reiterate the need of all channel partners to comply with the rules and regulations that have been set by the governing bodies.
Airtel said in a statement that “we, Bharti Airtel, are fully committed to our customers, stakeholders and the best interests of the country. Hence, we have joined hands with the India Post and the Police to clean up the documentation process. We are also closely interacting with our distributors and channel partners to take corrective action where necessary with immediate effect. All our operations across circles comply with the directives of DoT, TRAI and other local and national authorities”.

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