Chare Town Students’ Union (CTSU) has appealed to the general manager of BSNL to set up a tower in Chare Town and provide the required device in the exchange office. CTSU president, I. Semsa Rudy in a release said the "poor quality" and frequent breakdown of landline and mobile BSNL services was affecting the users in the area.
The union lamented that the exchange at Chare was “not cared by anyone” and stated the authorities were also not in a position to instruct them on “how to get Broad Band connection”.
CTSU appealed the office of general manager, BSNL to provide necessary gadgets and train the authorities to be more informative on providing internet facilities to the consumers in Chare.
The union also said that Chare being an outpost in Tuensang district and exchange working under Mokokchung SDE, “a step-motherly treatment” was given to the consumers of this exchange, with queries often falling on deaf ears and requested the authority to do the needful at the earliest.