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.
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
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.
What is Mobile number
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.
Full mobile portability has been implemented pan-india from 3rd July 2015 by which consumers
will be able to retain their mobile number even when they relocate to any other
part of the country or change thier mobile service provider. Just contact the
new service provider's retail outlet, customer care or website to get it done.
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.
onset of a four month long festive season, Vodafone India has introduced
Vodafone ‘All in One’ Roaming pack to delight its pre-paid customers
exclusively in Delhi & NCR circle. The pack incorporates local talk time, STD,
incoming and outgoing roaming minutes in a single Recharge where customers can
enjoy their hometown talk time tariff while travelling anywhere in India.
According to a recently published report, Microsoft would be launching Microsoft Lumia 940, Microsoft Lumia 940 XL and Microsoft Lumia 840 by the end of this year.
launched the Galaxy Note 5 in India priced at Rs.53,900 for the
32GB variant and Rs.59,900 for the 64GB variant. 16 MP camera, 4GB RAM, 3000mAh
battery, Android 5.1 OS are some salient features.
Bharti AIRTEL to roll out 4G in 296 cities and towns in next few weeks apart from 45 cities currently operational. With 4G you can download a movie in 3 minutes. Data packs starting from Rs.25/-. A 4G enabled handset will be required.
Mobile Number Portability - With the implementation of full pan-India mobile number portability from 3rd July 2015 you can retain your mobile number while changing over to any telecom circle or service provider in the country. You just need to contact customer care of new service provider company.