BlackBerry Support – Madhya Pradesh: Find below customer care information of BlackBerry support in Madhya Pradesh, including phone and address. You can reach the below contact for queries on BlackBerry phones, softwares, damages, technical support or complaints on BlackBerry products.

Madhya Pradesh

Anika Enterprises
Ground Floor, Datt Enclave Appartment, Opp. Maata Gujri Hostel,Napier Town, Jabalpur(M.P.) – 482 002
Phone: 0761 4084955

Chanakya Technologies
F-38, Sanjay Complex, Jaynedra Ganj, Laskar, Gwalior-474001
Phone: 0751 2438045 / 4030519 / 2438045

Redington India Ltd
Ground Floor,D-10 Malwa Tower,Block No:5, Old Palasia,Guitarwala Square,
A.B.Road,Agra-Mumbai Road,Indore – 452 001
Phone: 0731 3928100 / 3928101

Sampark System
Ug-22, Kartar Arcade, Main Raisen Road, Bhopal-462023
Phone: 0755 4078556/9826010158

BlackBerry India Customer Care
Airtel: 7070 (BlackBerry toll free) & 98714 27070 (from any phone)
Vodafone: 98 (BlackBerry toll free) & 98200 98200 (from any phone)
Reliance Mobile: *363 (BlackBerry toll free) & 30336363 (from any phone)
Tata Teleservices: 121 (Postpaid) & 12524 (Prepaid)

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  1. N K SINGH Reply

    1. I am the owner of a Blackberry Torch 9800, bearing IMEI 355466044665424.

    2. The instrument recently developed a snag – I stopped getting ringtone. That was the only problem, because I could make call, receive call and also use email service.

    3. I took the phone to its authorised and only service centre at Bhopal —- M/s Sampark System on 15 November 2011. It was examined by a front office personnel, whose mobile number is 9039094999. He told me that the ringer of the instrument needed to be replaced.

    4. I asked him to replace the ringer and enquired about the expected cost. His reply was shocking. The person told me that it will cost me Rs 2,200 if I “do not want a receipt.” I insisted that I wanted a receipt for the payment. He told me that in that case the instrument had to be sent to Bangalore for repairs and it would cost me around Rs 7,800. I did not give the instrument to him for repair because by that time Sampark System had lost its credibility in my eyes.

    5. Apparently, the Blackberry authorised service centre at Bhopal is committing a felony by not issuing receipt for services rendered, thereby cheating the public exchequer. It is probably cheating RIM too because if it does not issue a receipt for services rendered, he does not intend to keep the company in the loop.

    6. As Sampark System is its only authorised representative at Bhopal, is not Blackberry is directly responsible for encouraging this kind of malpractice? It is the first time that I have received this kind of response from a reputed company in this country.

    7. I have totalling stopped using my Blackberry device. But I presume one customer less does not mean anything to a huge corporate like RIM.

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