Get rid of unwanted phone calls on your BSNL and MTNL numbers

Telemarketing calls are a problem that every mobile phone user is worried about. Sometimes these calls bother you at a time when either you are busy in some work or in a meeting. However, if you are a BSNL or MTNL user, today we are going to tell you the solution to this problem. After reading this article, BSNL and MTNL customers will be able to block daily unwanted telemarketing calls.

BSNL and MTNL users can activate Do Not Disturb (DND) service to get rid of unwanted telemarketing calls on their phone numbers. After activating this service, they will stop receiving those calls at that number. You can activate do not disturb service in two ways. They are call and SMS.

How to activate DND service through SMS on BSNL or MTNL number

First you need to send START 0 to 1909. By doing this, full do not disturb service will be activated on your BSNL or MTNL number. BSNL or MTNL users can also start Do Not Disturb (DND) service on their number through phone call or SMS.

How to activate DND service through a call on BSNL or MTNL number

To start the Do Not Disturb service through calling, you must call 1909 and then follow the instructions mentioned. By doing this, this service will be started on your BSNL or MTNL number.

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