Chandigarh, November 19, 2016: Because of the ongoing cash crunch situation in the market, Connect Broadband, the market leader in fixed line and broadband segment has extended the date of bill payment. The due date for bill payment has been extended from 17th November to 22nd November. Now connect customer can pay their bills by 22nd November without any late charges.
Connect customers can make bill payments online through company website. The payments can also be made at different connect stores across the region.
Talking about this Mr. Arvind Bali, CEO Connect Broadband and Videocon Telecom said, “Our customers are our extended family and to let our support to ease the inconvenience, we have extended the bill payment date” he further added that “our customers can also make payment online as the process is simple and convenient considering the present scenario.”
CONNECT is a part of 10 Billion US$ Videocon Group and is a pan India ISP Licensee with market leadership in Punjab Telecom Circle, which consists of Punjab, the Union Territory of Chandigarh and Panchkula. The Company also provides a full gamut of telecommunication services, which includes voice telephony, both Wireline and fixed wireless, Internet services, broadband data services and a range of value added service viz., Centrex, leased lines, voice mail and video conferencing. Connect has recently expanded its coverage footprint with launch of data services in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.
What more? CONNECT also provides Wireless Broadband service across Punjab. Offering high speed internet through a wireless medium, CONNECT Wireless Broadband enables users to access internet through their Laptops, PCs, Tablets, Wi-Fi enabled phones in the wireless vicinity & FTTH which is a Broadband telecommunications system based on fiber-optic cables and associated optical electronics. The technology reaches the boundary of the living space, such as a box on the outside wall of a home. Quadruple play of high-speed broadband, high-definition video, unlimited 'anywhere' telephony, and real-time surveillance are a few key take-aways for users.