How to close a reliance postpaid connection?

How to close a reliance postpaid connection?

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I have a secondary postpaid connection of 299 rental, this month I have not used that number, i.e. not even a single call was made but the bill came around 394.69 ???!!!

Is there any way to know the account statement online or somewhere?

Anyway I have decided to close this connection, Please let me know the procedure.

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Just break the sim in pieces and throw away…tera the unpaid bill into pieces and lit the chulha with them…

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@no fpd – Visit a reliance store and get it closed.

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Reliance has a app in play store Reliance Instacare" there you can get pdf bill and register for e bill so you can get bill to emain in pdf format..

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for bill details register at myservices.relianceada.com or install reliance instacare app.
for closing connection, visit the nearest outlet, pay the outstanding and request closure, and then wait….. better option, request for switching to prepaid, and after switch, give the SIM to a dog.

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@vg_desi wrote:

Just break the sim in pieces and throw away…tera the unpaid bill into pieces and lit the chulha with them…


It won’t work that way. You would still get the bills and if you don’t pay they will hire recovery agents to harass you.

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@panchabhut wrote:

for bill details register at myservices.relianceada.com or install reliance instacare app.
for closing connection, visit the nearest outlet, pay the outstanding and request closure, and then wait….. better option, request for switching to prepaid, and after switch, give the SIM to a dog.


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@no fpd Just want to add that Reliance is apparently not allowing to convert 4G-upgraded postpaid SIMs to prepaid within the Reliance network. But you can always switch to another operator’s prepaid connection. https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_wink.gif

Also, I think you probably want to retain the number so discarding the SIM completely might not be an option.

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I hate Postpaid
I had vodafone Postpaid Simply went to vodafone store changed postpaid to prepaid
Now dont do recharge https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif on vodafone

U can do the same to reliance store i guess https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_smile.gif

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@blue wine wrote:

I hate Postpaid
I had vodafone Postpaid Simply went to vodafone store changed postpaid to prepaid
Now dont do recharge https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif on vodafone

U can do the same to reliance store i guess https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_smile.gif


Agar Mata ke darbar jayegi to kya karegi… Wahan sirf postpaid hi chalta hai… Jai Mata Di… https://cdn1.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_biggrin.gif https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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@ranjithsai01 wrote:

@vg_desi wrote:

Just break the sim in pieces and throw away…tera the unpaid bill into pieces and lit the chulha with them…


It won’t work that way. You would still get the bills and if you don’t pay they will hire recovery agents to harass you.


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Yes! it won’t work! Port is best option.

Many years ago they used to send recovery agents …. for a connection that was asked to disconnect atleast 6 months ago! Many people gathered on that day to Kick those recovery agents out! Later they sent legal notices, we used them to produce heat in winter https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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Just tear the sim card and throw the pieces in the dustbin. Mobile.operators won’t bother you for Rs. 394. Though they will send sms or call you to pay. Ignore them.

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ymind13 wrote:

Just tear the sim card and throw the pieces in the dustbin. Mobile.operators won’t bother you for Rs. 394. Though they will send sms or call you to pay. Ignore them.

And few months later they will issue the same number to someone else

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