Mobile Tips and Tricks

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1. How to Check Main account Balance :::: *123# n then call.
2. How to Check A 2 A Balance of Call:::::: *123*1# N then Call.
3 How to Check A 2 A Balance of Messages:::::*123*2# N then Call.
4. Balance Transfer::::: Minimum Balance Required to transfer is Rs 240. Procedure::: *143*Senders Mob No# N then Call. Sender>>> Rs 55 Deducted n Reciever>>> Rs 50 Credited. Allowed this Procedure Twice a Day.
5. Validity Extension:::::: Procedure:::::
*144*001# N call >>> Deduction Made:::: Rs 8>>>1 day Validity Extend.
*144*005# N call >>> Deduction Made:::: Rs30>>>5 Days Validity Extend.
*144*010# N call >>> Deduction Made:::: Rs 50>>>10 Days Validity Extend.
*144*030# N call >>> Deduction Made:::: Rs140>>>> 1 Month Validity Extend. Bt Now these days Rs 98 recharge option is available in which u get 1 month Validity N Rs 9 Talktime.
6. Automatic Validity Extension ::: Activate ::: *144# N then Call. Rs 6 Deduction. Deactivate :::*144# N then Call. Status Check :: *144*999# N then Call.
7. Postpaid to Prepaid Recharge:::::: *107*375* Senders Number(ie Prepaid Number)# N then Call.
8 Excuse Me Service :::: Activation Procedure :::: *104# N then Call… Charges >>>> Rs 1/ request. U Get a Fake Call frm Airtel.
9. Check the Value Voucher Validity::::: *121# N then Call.
10. Check the Validity :::: *122*1# N then Call.
11. Recharging Paper Coupon:::: *120*16 Digit Pin No# N then call.

If U want to know Any Kind of recharge Information >>>> Simply Type in Ur Text Message ::: RC Amount>>>>170(Toll Free) U get all the Information.

With phone operators expected to run out of 10-digit mobile numbers soon, the Department of Telecom (DoT) is now considering an 11-digit numbering system.

“With so many telecom service providers and a growing customer base, the need for new numbers and their consequent shortage will be felt soon,” a senior telecom official told reporters on Saturday.

Senior DoT sources said that TEC recommendation for the new numbering plan had already been forwarded to the government for a final decision.

The telecom department had come up with a 30-year numbering plan in 2003 but the fast growth in the telecom subscriber base has forced the authority to relook into its policy and consider 11-digit numbering system.

“The infrastructure is ready and this should be implemented within two years,” one of the technical official said. Telecom operators said the new policy would not cause any technical problems.

The only two other countries to use 11-digit numbers are China, whose subscriber base of 624.16 million (as in January) is far ahead of India, and the UK, which uses it apparently for technical reasons as its subscriber base is much lower.

“The change, however, will be in the software only and it will not take more than a month to upgrade the changes,” the telecom official said.

BSNL Customers send sms “BT DCT” to 56700

Vodafone Postpaid Customers send sms “Can CT” to 111

Vodafone Prepaid Customers send sms “Can CT” to 144

Bpl Postpaid Customers can dial *800# for any service request

Bpl Prepaid Customers can dial *555# for any service request

Reliance Mobile Customers send sms “unsubct” to 51234

Airtel Customers can call *678#

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