How To Stop Unwanted Promotional Calls and Messages From Telecom Operators

Most telecom operators keep sending us unwanted, and sometimes annoying, telemarketing calls and SMS. These calls and messages claim to inform us about new schemes, promotional offers, plans, tariffs, etc.

If you are fed up with these unwanted interruptions then you can easily stop these unwanted promotional calls and messages. To do this, you have to register at NDNC Registry.

NDNC Registry (National Do Not Call Registry) is a measure from TRAI. The main objective of NDNC Registry is to control Unsolicited Commercial Communication (UCC) and let end user stop it completely if he wishes to do so.

How To Register At NDNC Registry?

To register at NDNC Registry, SMS START DND to 1909 (toll free). Alternatively, you can also call 1909 (toll tree). Once you register at NDNC Registry, all the Unsolicited Commercial Communication to your phone will stop. In short, you will not be disturbed again.

Note – If, for some reason, you want to de-register from NDNC Registry, then just SMS STOP DND to 1909 (toll free) or call 1909 (toll free).

Do Not Call/Disturb Links For Telecom Providers

Apart from registering at NDNC Registry, you can also register for Do Not Call/Disturb service at your respective telecom operator’s website. Here’s the links of Do Not Call/Disturb pages of telecom operators-

Note that Promotional calls and SMS on your mobile phone or landline will stop after 45 days from the day of registration.

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