Reliance NetConnect Customer Care, Customer Service, Toll free number & Email

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reliance netconnectReliance NetConnect Customer Care Number: Users who have service issues/complaints and queries with regarding to their Reliance Netconnect wireless internet data cards can call the customer care numbers given below alternately you can also write to the email-id’s given below to register your complaint. If you are looking to download drivers you can visit the driver information site also listed below.

Reliance NetConnect Customer Care Toll Free Number:  1-800-3000-5555 (from any mobile / landline)

Dial 30335555 (toll free for Reliance Network) and if you are dialing from any other landline or mobile pls prefix the local STD code of the city you are dialing from. In case your city has less than an 8 digit local number, simply delete the right most digit in the given telephone number, so for a 7 digit local number you need to call 3033555.

Before calling the help desk number pls be ready with your data card number as  you would be prompted to key-in the 10 digit MDN number(data card number starting with 93) post which, an executive will address your queries / service requests.

Dial *355 (if you are dialing from wireless Reliance number)

Reliance NetConnect Customer Care e-mail:
datacard.support@relianceada.com (if you are High Speed 1x customer)
netconnect.broadband@relianceada.com (if you are a Broadband+ customer)

Reliance Netconnect Device Drivers & Downloads: Users who are looking for drivers and software downloads for the wireless devices can visit the following link to download the drivers.

About Reliance Netconnect: This service is from the stable of Reliance communications which is one of the leading Telecom players in India. RCOM has invested nearly Rs. 600 Crores in the broadband business started of with the Netconnect and now with the upgraded service called as Reliance Net Connect Broadband Plus, under this technology the user can get a speed of up to 3.1 Mbps downlink (Download Speed) and 1.8 Mbps uplink (Upload speed) with connectivity across 24,000 towns and 6 lacs villages in India.

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