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Wednesday, 16 May 2012

SOME IMPORTANT SUGGESTIONS - FOR TELECOM SERVICE PROVIDERS


SOME IMPORTANT SUGGESTIONS - FOR TELECOM SERVICE PROVIDERS

shree kant
May 9 (8 days ago)
to officepiiishreekant.jsr
Reverend Sir,
With due respect I, want to draw your kind attention towards some important issues regarding:
A.     THE LOOP HOLES IN THE “CALL DIVERTING FACILITY”:
Sir, today if anybody wants to divert their call on my/your mobile number, they can do without my permission. For example if he/she simply start making 100 random missed calls daily to different people (after diverting call), and if only 60-70 persons respond back to the particular missed call making number, I/you will receive the call & unnecessarily compel to explain him/her that I/you have not made the call.
SUGGESTION:
As soon as anyone try to divert his/her call on any number, the user of that number receive a message “********** number want to divert his/her call on your number”, if you want to confirm please sms OK [write phone no.-that want to divert call].
If service provide want to charge Re 1/0.5p for sms, they can charge

B.     SELF SECURITY / VIGILANCE:
If any registered verified customer of GSM/CDMA wants to know the details of the customers who are CALLING/MISS CALLING, sending SMS/MMS etc. on his/her number, the service provider must easily arrange to provide the desired data to their valued customer, if essential even on chargeable basis.
If some unknown person is knocking our door we should have right to ask who they are? It will not only save us from problems but also create a fear among the antisocial elements. E.g. - I received an unwanted call from unknown number, we can ask the details of the caller & if it will not tally with the information given by our telecom service provider, we can complaint about it. The concern agencies may control fake users & antisocial element to save our society & our country.
I am not suggesting for providing the data of the customer(s) TO WHOM WE (data seeking customer) CALLED/ MISSED CALLED, sent SMS/MMS etc. because we may misuse or violate the privacy.

C.    SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF SERVICE PROVIDER:
The student of many villages are still fighting to get electricity in PRIME TIME (18.00 hrs- 21.00 hrs.-in WINTER & 19.00 hrs.- 22.00 hrs.-SUMMER) for study.
In every village we have at least 2-3 towers of different service provider with their generator backup. They also use their generator set for recharging their equipment.
If we only request them to fit 2-3 lights on their sites & to charge their equipment during the PRIME TIME, so that student may go to study nearby tower & our villages are also lighted without any extra costs- except on bulbs & wire.
Sir, if any of my above suggestions are relevant for the welfare/ benefits of the telecom users/ society, please sends it to the concern person/ department . I think it is the least expected from this innovative plate form.
With warm regards
Yours beseecher
Shreekant
      [M.Sc. (Phy),M.B.A. (Pers.), M.B.A.(Mktg.), Dip.-in-Soft.Engg.]
Chief Consultant
SWARAJ GROUPS

Primary Address:
Flat No.-B-211,CITY PALACE
Sher-e-Punjab Chowk, Adityapur,
Jamshedpur, Jharkhand-831013
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