How can I call Reliance customer care?

How can I call Reliance customer care?

To register any complaint, you can call us on our Customer Care Number 198 (toll free). If you are calling from other numbers you can reach JioCare on 1800 889 9999.

How can I complain to Reliance Digital TV?

Level-1: Head of Customer Support: [email protected]. Through this channel you could communicate directly to the head of Customer Support. While writing, please do quote original date of raising the issue and allied resolution offered by our customer support team.

What happened big TV?

Independent TV originally launched as Reliance Big TV on 19 August 2008. The service acquired 1 million subscribers within 90 days of launch, due to limited competition from other operators in the market. Independent TV closed its services on 12 June 2019.

How can I contact Mukesh Ambani directly?

Mukesh Ambani Contact Details:

  1. Mukesh Ambani Office Address: Reliance Industries Limited Maker Chambers – IV Nariman Point Mumbai 400 021, India.
  2. Telephone Number: +91-22-2278 5000.
  3. Mukesh Ambani Office Fax Number: N/A.
  4. Mukesh Ambani Office Email ID: [email protected].

How do I complain to bad Jio network?

Call on Reliance Jio complaint number– First, you can call on Jio’s toll-free helpline number – 198 to lodge your complaint. Second, call on 1860-893-3333 to speak with Jio’s customer care center. These services are available 24*7, every day of the year.

Does Reliance Digital sell fake products?

Reliance digital is not a place to buy anything even if it is free. Useless customer service. Fake return policy. If you receive a faulty product from Reliance do not expect to get any refund/replacement.

Does Reliance Digital Give GST invoice?

Reliance Digital – GST Invoice not given.

Why are curved TVs not made anymore?

The idea of the curved TV came from IMAX theater screens. The slightly curved screen engulfs the viewer and provides a unique panoramic experience. Samsung and LG wanted to replicate this immersive experience inside the home. In 2017, Samsung began to retreat from the idea because, well, not many customers bought them.