Mahavitaran customer care-Mahavitaran or Mahadiscom (Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited) is the largest power distribution utility company in India, formed by the Government of Maharashtra to undertake and control a public sector undertaking. However, other power distribution companies in Maharashtra cater to the supply of electricity, among which Reliance and STNL electricity distribution companies are prominent.
Apart from this, Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport, Tata Power, and Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited distribute electricity to all the places except the electricity distribution areas. Mobile miss call service was started by ‘MahaVitaran’ to make service-related complaints to its consumers, in which every consumer can report a complaint related to power failure.
Mahavitaran is always committed to providing prompt and reliable service to its consumers. It has started using its instant, missed call, an SMS service for its consumers to register their complaints about power failure through their mobile phones.
Mahavitaran Customer Care Number
●Customer care miss call number- To file a complaint, your number is required to be registered only then you will be able to complain from your phone. you can easily call ‘Mahavitaran miss call number’. The Mahavitaran customer care number is given below-
- Mahavitaran Contact Number – 022-41078500
●Customer Care Sms service Number – As well as Miss call service, customers can use the SMS service of the company. The customer have to Send a MREG Sms to the number given below-
- Mahavitaran Sms Service Number – 9930399303
24 ×7 Mahavitaran customer helpline number
If you have any query related to Mahavitaran or you want to file a complaint, then you can contact Mahavitaran through its website. Along with Missed call and SMS service of mahavitaran, you can also contact via the helpline number given below.
- Website – www.mahadiscom.in
- Mahavitaran toll-free number- 1800102343,
- Mahavitaran Helpline Number- 18002333435
- Helpdesk dial number – 1912.