MO­BILE PHONE SIG­NALS ARE MISS­ING

Deccan Chronicle - - SPEAKOUT - Pratap Mal­lam­pati, Gen­eral Sec­re­tary for En­v­i­ron Tow­ers B-Block Own­ers Wel­fare As­so­ci­a­tion, 9849036912 pratap.elite@gmail.com Ma­matha Na­gar Colony, Nagole

Mo­bile phones to­day are a vi­tal part of the daily life. If any area suf­fers from lack of sig­nals or of weak strength, life be­comes very dif­fi­cult.

We, a 250-fam­ily com­mu­nity by name En­v­i­ron Tow­ers, re­sid­ing at Ma­math­ana­gar Colony, Nagole, Hy­der­abad, are among those un­for­tu­nate fac­ing this prob­lem. De­spite re­peated com­plaints to lead­ers in tele­coms like BSNL, Air­tel and Re­liance, the mo­bile sig­nals in our area con­tinue to be so weak that mo­biles do not work.

Upon com­plaints to se­nior man­age­ment, the tow­ers are boosted tem­po­rar­ily for a week only. It is not prac­ti­cal to keep com­plain­ing ev­ery week for the sig­nals.

For years now, these companies have been say­ing that new tow­ers will be in­stalled but it has not hap­pened.

I be­lieve that the prob­lem can be over­come if these companies in­stall re­peaters in our area.

We have been fac­ing this is­sue for years now. We hope one of the companies re­act pos­i­tively to this pub­lished com­plaint and solve our prob­lem.

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