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To the attention of users of services in postal, telecommunication and distribution of periodical press sphere!

In order to implement measures to protect consumers' rights, to improve the quality of providing services and to increase the culture of servicing in postal, telecommunication and distribution of periodical press sphere, operates the "Helpline" service on the short number 1144 in the State Inspection on Supervision in the Field of Communications, Informatization and Telecommunication Technologies.

If you have any complaints about the services provided in postal, telecommunication and distribution of periodical press sphere, you can call to the helpline by dialing the short number 1144. The "Helpline" service works continuously without days off. At the same time, we inform you that the telephone helpline services of the Inspection

Oral appeals received by a short number are accepted day and night from all regions of the republic.

At the same time, we inform you that the Inspection's helpline number 0-371-237-01-11 and with the following numbers:

The territorial unit of the Republic of Karakalpakstan

0-361-224-01-11

The territorial subdivision of the city of Tashkent

0-371-236-01-11

Territorial Division of Tashkent Region

0-371-235-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Andijan region

0-374-228-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Bukhara region

0-365-223-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Dzhizak region

0-372-226-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Navoi region

0-436-224-01-11

The territorial subdivision of Namangan region

0-369-226-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Samarkand region

0-366-235-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Surkhandarya region

0-376-227-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Syrdarya region

0-367-240-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Fergana region

0-373-244-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Khorezm region

0-362-223-01-11

Territorial subdivision of Kashkadarya region

0-375-221-01-11

will cease their activities from November 1, 2017.

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