DND services to get rid of troublesome calls

TRAI Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has developed the mobile application for the smartphone users to control the DND services.

Many users feel uncomfortable with the unwanted calls regarding the telemarketing and other calls. To avoid this user has to send an SMS from the registered mobile number to 1901. But now TRAI has come up with the new mobile application for Android, which can be downloaded from the Google Play store.

This DND (Do Not Disturb) Services Application let the smartphone users to register with their mobile number. Once the registration is done, the users can avoid the unwanted telemarketing and commercial calls/messages. Once the user is registered in the DND and still able to receive the calls/SMS then the user can complain to the respective Telecom service provider.

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The Application is user-friendly and easily navigated with the options. The users can also verify the registration status and the status of the complaints (Calls/SMS). To utilise some of the features/options in the application the user require the internet connection.

When the User installs this application for the first time, the user mobile number is fetched (depending upon the carrier network, user don’t need to enter the mobile number) by the application.

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The user can able to assign the preferences how he would like to receive the Calls/SMS. Preferences like Educational, Health, Consumer Goods and Automobiles, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions FAQs are provided in the application to helping in clarifying the user concerns and for the reference. Finally, the users are set free from the pesky Calls and pesky messages from the telemarketing and other commercial advertisements.

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Currently, the application is available only for the Android users and the IOS application for the Apple devices will be soon release, said by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Chairman R.S. Sharma.