All-State Idea Customer Care Number, Toll-Free Helpline [100% Working]

Idea Customer Care Number

If you are facing a problem with your Idea cellular network then you can contact the Idea Customer Care using this number.

All India Idea Customer Care Number: 198

You can contact the idea CC to lodge complaints and get your queries resolved. You can also reach idea customer care through email and chat. The idea customer care number is toll-free and won’t charge you extra for calls. However, make sure you call using the Idea number first, if not, try other networks.

Other Idea Customer Care Toll-Free Numbers and Email ID as well.

Idea Customer Care ServiceCustomer Care Number
Ideal Toll-Free Number - All India198
Idea Helpline number (Delhi)098910 12345
Idea Customer Care Email
Idea Customer Care Number12345 ( charges may apply)

Idea Customer Care Numbers State Wise

Below are the Idea customer care number for all the states of India. Scroll down to find the idea customer care number for your state.

Idea Customer Care Number Assam

Number: 9085000198


Idea Customer Care Number Himachal Pradesh

Number: 9882900198


Idea Customer Care Number Gujrat

Number: 9824000198


Idea Customer Care Number Bihar / Jharkhand

Number : 9708000198


Delhi Idea Customer Care Number

Number: 8744000198


Idea Customer Care Number Karnataka

Number : 9844000198


Idea Customer Care Number Haryana

Number : 8684000198


Idea Customer Care Number Jammu & Kashmir

Number : 9086046198


Idea Customer Care Number Kolkata

Number : 9088100198


Idea Customer Care Number Kerala

Number: 9947000198


Idea Customer Care Number Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh


Idea Customer Care Number Maharashtra

Number: 9822000198


Idea Customer Care Number Goa

Number: 9822000198


Idea Customer Care Number Mumbai

Number: 9820015713


Idea Customer Care Number Odhisa

Number  9090000198


Idea Customer Care Number North East

Number: 9702000198


Idea Customer Care Number Punjab

Number: 9781500198


Idea Customer Care Number Rajhastan

Number : 9887010198


Idea Toll Free Number West Bengal

Number: 9093100198


Idea Complaint Number UP

Number: 8941000198 (East) 8576000198 (West)

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Idea Customer Care Number Tamil Nadu

Number: 9092000198


Idea Customer Care Number Andhra Pradesh / Telangana

Number : 9848009198


Important Notes:

All the Idea Customer Care Numbers provided are toll-free unless mentioned otherwise. You can also reach out to the Idea customer through the email ID.

Fix “The submitted form was invalid Try submitting again” Error

Online forums these days use automated spam detection system to prevent bots from creating accounts and spamming their forums. However, this automated spam prevent system can be annoying at times as it may even block genuine registration due to technical problems. 

Recently, while I was trying to register an account on a forum, the forum was throwing this strange error and wouldn’t let register a new account no matter what I do. 

The error looks like this:

The submitted form was invalid. Try submitting again.

You have provided an invalid answer to the question.

The error  “The submitted form was invalid. Try submitting again” would appear whenever I click the register button or the submit button. The error becomes annoying if you can’t solve it in the next few tries.

The solution to the problem was simple. Using a different web browser to register the account. Some users may face difficulty while registering the accounts on forums if the use Google Chrome. This could be due to any reason, but changing your current browser is the only solution that seems to be working.

  1. So, open Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge.
  2. Open the registration Page and enter the details.
  3. Click Submit or register button. 

If you see  “The submitted form was invalid. Try submitting again.” error again, click on the Register / Submit button once again. If you are facing this error on Firefox or Microsoft Edge, use Chrome to register the account. 

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YouTube Mini Player Now Available on Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Edge Browser

Mini Player YouTube

YouTube’s new feature for the YouTube web users called Mini Player has started to roll out globally recently. The feature is one of the most requested features YouTube users on the Google Chrome forum. The Mini Player is different from the Chrome’s Picture-in-picture mode that allows the users to watch YouTube videos in a  small overlay window on the desktop screen and visible irrespective of what application you are using on your PC.

Mini Player YouTube in action


The Mini Player allows you to watch YouTube videos on a small minimized player at the corner of the screen while browsing other videos on YouTube.

To activate the Mini Player, the user needs to click the small window icon in the YouTube player as shown in the image below. Clicking the mini player icon again will take the user back to the videos full-sized page.

Mini Player YouTube

Unfortunately, the Mini Player does not help if you want to scroll through comments while watching the videos as the comment as are not visible in Mini player mode. You are better using Picture-in-picture on Google Chrome for that.

As I said earlier, after clicking the mini player icon, the video gets pushed to the corner of the screen. However, you cannot resize the video player size or move it around as you can do with the picture-in-picture mode of Google Chrome.

YouTube users can certainly continue playing the video in the playlist mode. You can also select Next and Previous songs. There is a not interested icon shown which allows you to remove any song from the YouTube playlist. One more thing you cannot do while in the Mini Player mode is that you can’t close the closable adverts shown at the bottom of the page. To close the advert you need to close the Mini player which is a little annoying.

What’s needed?

I would like to see the ability to scroll through the YouTube comments and be able to post comments while the video is playing in the corner just like in picture-in-picture mode. The Pip mode in Chrome is still not available for everyone directly and one has to enable it from the experiments section.

What do you think of the new Mini Player for YouTube? Do you prefer Google Chrome’s picture-in-picture mode over Mini Player? Let us know in the comments.