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Mobile Number Locator (India)


You often get a missed call and wonder who's calling !!
Well, we can't tell you "who" but can help by telling "where" the call is from. Just enter the first 4 digits of the ten digit mobile number and submit, you will get the
Telecom Circle (State / Metro) and the Operator of the calling number. Rest you can guess, Who??

 



Do not add 0 or +91 before your number.


Note:
1.
No directory of mobile numbers is published in India because of the privacy concern so you can't get the name and address of the caller. 
2.*The Operator shown here is the original / first operator for this number. With
mobile number portability in place, the number could have moved to some other operator. 




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What is Mobile number portability ?

Mobile number portability (MNP) enables mobile phone users to retain their mobile phone number when changing from one mobile network operator to another. In India this service is available for both postpaid and prepaid subscribers and on both GSM and CDMA technology platforms but only within your own telecom circle. Inter circle mobile number portability is yet to start.

The Telecom department has approved full mobile portability by which consumers will be able to retain their mobile number even when they relocate to any other part of the country. That is mobile phone users will be able to change their telecom operator but retain their number even if they are relocating to areas outside their current service providers' operations. At present, mobile subscribers have restricted facility of retaining their number within same service area using mobile number portability (MNP). The Department of Telecom has set a target date of March 31, 2015 to implement the full mobile number portability. As per Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), about 13 crore people have requested for MNP facility as on 31st August 2014.

The procedure is that you send an SMS to 1900 like PORT XXXXXXXXXX. You will get an SMS reply containing an eight digit alpha-numeric code and an expiry date for it. Then you approach the new service provider with this unique porting code. Carry ID and address proof, a photograph and an application with the unique code & your mobile number. You have to complete this process within the expiry date. New operator will take request to mobile portability clearing house. Clearing house will get your number deactivated from existing provider and activate new one. You'll then get SMS from new service provider mentioning date & time when porting will take place. Your phone will go out of service for few hours while switching. The cost of porting is Rs.19. A subscriber must remain with a service provider for at least three months.


















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