Telenor Digitizes its Customer Services
Telenor Pakistan has said that it is taking its customer service experience to the next level with digital competencies for walk-in as well as online customers. Telenor Pakistan has announced multiple initiatives today which are based on its customer centric operation and digital strategy to ensure customer satisfaction through simplified processes, speedy query resolution and, for most part, within one interaction with the company.
Digital Customer TouchPoint:
The first initiative aims to digitize majority of customer centric activities at Telenor Pakistan’s Sales and Service Centers.
The installation of Digital Customer TouchPoint – an automated touch-point will introduce the Self Servicing concept at Sales and Service Center in Blue Area, Islamabad. Currently in testing phase, it is a state of the art automated machine that works on ‘customer to machine’ (C-to-M) operating model.
It is equipped with biometric verification device and will offer GSM as well as Easypaisa related services. Customers can purchase new SIM cards, replace existing SIM cards and open Easypaisa mobile accounts all on their own.
Going forward additional features will also be added on which will include MNP, sending and receiving money via Easypaisa, e-load, utility bill payments and Telenor postpaid bill payments.
Telenor Customer Touch Point
Internet Contact Center:
In parallel, with the outpouring of internet uptake and its 3G subscriber base reaching 6 million, Telenor Pakistan’s Customer Care Team has established a dedicated contact center to cater queries related specifically to internet based services. The development of “Internet Contact Center” is an extension of the current 345 helpline which will provide speedy solutions to customer queries.
Responding to a strong 3G penetration, the Center will be backed by an efficient team of ‘internet specialists’ who will not only resolve incoming customer queries immediately but will also guide them to get the most out of Telenor Pakistan’s mobile internet connectivity. The Internet Contact Center will be accessible 24/7.
While inaugurating the initiatives in Islamabad, CEO Telenor Pakistan, Michael Foley, said, “We are very excited about these initiatives as this heralds a new era of digitalization in the country. Customers are at the heart of everything we do and our ambition to empower customers with technology drives our innovation in the areas of mobile telephony, internet and financial services.” “The world is moving towards an era where digital solutions take precedence for quick and efficient customer services and Telenor Pakistan is at the forefront of making this transformation possible in Pakistan,” he added.