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Be's Indian Call Centre Closes
By: MarkJ - 13 April, 2006 (12:45 PM)

Civil unrest in Bangalore (India) has forced the outsourced customer support operations of 24Mbps ISP 'Be' to be placed on hold:

"We have just been informed that there is a 24 hour government enforced curfew in Bangalore due to local civil unrest and, as a result, we are unable to handle any calls or tickets from there as of 5.30pm today. Unfortunately this unrest has affected not only our main call centre, but also our back-up sites."

‘Be’ has brought in a small team of temporary staff to pickup the slack, meanwhile their Indian call centre remains out of action until it's safe. More @ The Register.

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