Real-time Stock quotes, portfolio, LIVE TV and more.
May 26, 2011, 06.32 PM IST
State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Haryana circle has disconnected its telecom services to landline phone service of Reliance Communications on account of non-payment of pending dues by the company.
As direct fallout of it, a large number of subscribers of both BSNL and Reliance in Haryana circle were deprived of connectivity between the two networks, including of Reliance mobile phones from BSNL landline numbers.
However, 'mobile to mobile' service between both the operators remained unaffected, BSNL sources said. "We have disconnected our services to Reliance because of non-payment of pending dues as ordered by TDSAT," a senior official of BSNL (Haryana Circle) told PTI here today.
About Rs 1.75 crore is outstanding towards Reliance Communications, he said. BSNL has disconnected its services on 77 Points of Interconnection (POI) with Reliance Communications in Haryana. The action has been taken by the Haryana Circle, following the directions issued by the BSNL to all its circle offices to recover pending dues from Reliance Communications in respect of 'Unlimited Cordless' service in accordance with the interim orders passed by TDSAT last month.
"The services have been disconnected after serving the company with notice of recovery," he said. Significantly, BSNL Punjab circle has already cut off its
A BSNL official of Haryana circle said that TDSAT in its interim orders had asked Reliance Communication to pay dues to BSNL. When contacted, spokesman of Reliance Communications refused to comment on the issue.
May 21 2013, 13:56
- in Results Boardroom
May 21 2013, 11:05
- in MARKET OUTLOOK