Tata Indicom Customer Care
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Want to take a new Tata Indicom connection for your new mobile phone, but don't precisely know the terms, conditions, and processes? Need to complain about the poor telecom service in your locality, and also the constant call drops? Planning to know about the various offers on tariffs and talk times, that you can take benefits from? Have to find a nearest Tata Indicom retailer or dealer, and thus want to know the same from the Customer Care? It's time you should connect with the Tata Indicom Customer Care, and let them know of your complaints and grievances. The team of Customer Care Executives at Tata Indicom is adept enough to help you sort out your problems quickly.
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How to talk to a Tata Indicom customer center care executive?
- First of all, you can proceed to call the Customer Care Executive at the following phone number - 1800 266 1515.
- You can also reach out to the Customer Care Executive by shooting an Email, at the following Email ID - email@example.com.
About Tata Indicom
Tata Indicom, also known as Tata Teleservices Limited, is an India based mobile communications and broadband service provider. The headquarters are based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is a part of Tata Group. Currently, it is operating under the Tata Docomo alias. It is being reported that due to the enormous losses suffered by the company, Tata would be exiting the telecommunications business, and will be selling off its business to Airtel. Airtel will only be paying a part of the cost of acquisition, and not the outstanding telecom spectrum liabilities. As of 2017, the total revenue earned was $440 million.
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Tata Teleservices Limited was founded in the year 1996. Before the Japanese giant NTT Docomo purchased 26 percent of the company in 2008, Tata Teleservices used to operate under the Tata Indicom alias. In 2014, NTT Docomo announced that the company would be selling off 100 percent of their shares in the Tata Teleservices Limited company. This is due to the enormous losses suffered by the company, in the span of the last six years of the partnership. The losses amounted to 1.3 billion. NTT Docomo exited the Indian telecom market business. In 2008, Tata Teleservices also partnered with Virgin Group, to provide CDMA mobile services to their customers. As of 2015, all the customers from the Tata-Virgin CDMA services, have moved over to the Tata Indicom communication services. In the month of October 2017, Tata Teleservices announced an exit plan. The odd 5000 employees will be sacked, with severance packages and six months of the due notice period.