BSNL approached me to convert my existing landline-broadband to Bharat Fiber (FTTH) & offered a landline connection.

But to my utter dismay, they are saying that it will be a new number & with present policy, I can't retain my old number!!! 1/2

I checked with one of my friend in BSNL & he told me, that is technically possible & it only needs a policy change at the top!

This type of non user friendly policies are a huge problem with BSNL, why can't you allow the existing customers to seamlessly move to FTTH?

Who need to keep two landline numbers at this age?

Either I should opt for no landline with my new FTTH & retain my old landline number, which I keep for more than a decade!

What sort of a business model you are promoting BSNL?

Are you just ceding space for pvt players?

Dear, please see what you can do in this case?

Whether you want this company to flourish or perish like these type of crazy policies!

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