[AI] RCom launches braille bill service
kanchanpamnani at gmail.com
Tue Aug 17 02:49:53 EDT 2010
I really hope people do use this facility.
Its one thing to ask for our rights and is another to utilise it.
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> RCom launches braille bill service
> Indo-Asian News Service
> New Delhi, August 16, 2010
> Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications on Monday said it has launched a
> free-of-cost braille bill service to provide post paid bills to its
> visually challenged customers. The bill, which will be dispatched to the
> customers every month without any extra charge, will provide details of
> usage, bill amount, last dues, last payments and adjustments made.
> To access this service the customer will have to register a request with
> the company through its call centre or customer touch-points, including
> over 2,500 Reliance World and Reliance Mobile Stores across 700 cities in
> the country.
> "The service is in line with Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani group's
> corporate responsibility objectives," and part of its convenience options
> campaign, the company said in a statement.
> "Our new Braille Bill service is in line with our customer service
> objective to delight our customers through innovations that touch their
> lives," said Anurag Prashar, president, customer service.
> "There are currently 45 million people suffering from complete visual
> impairment across the globe. Out of these, nearly 12 million reside in
> India," he added.
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