BSNL Telephone Mela at J P Nagar

In J P Nagar today, BSNL was conducting a Telephone Mela, with both new connections, mobile phones and internet connections being offered at a considerable discount.

Here’s the sign:

Telephone Mela at JP Nagar.

Another view of the shamiana:

Telephone Mela at JP Nagar.

The place was abuzz with people, and the staff were extremely courteous and helpful.

Here are some of them, including Ms. Nagarathnamma (fittingly, speaking on the telephone), whom I have personally found very capable and helpful on several occasions:

BSNL staffs in the mela.

What a difference from the days when one had to make huge deposits, and wait several years for a telephone connection! It is good to see Government agencies being so proactive.

I find that the BSNL internet connection (I have the 600 plan) is one of the most reliable, too.

Nice to be able to say something good about our government departments!

 The mela is on tomorrow, too, so if you wish to avail yourself of this opportunity, and live in J P Nagar, do visit them, opp. SLV Refreshments, J P Nagar III Phase.

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