BSNL PORTING IN & USSD CODES

India’s Telecom Circles

Some Important information :-

PROCEDURES FOR PORTING-IN INTO BSNL :-

Type    PORT<SPACE>< TEN DIGIT MOBILE NUMBER> THAT YOU WANT TO PORT-IN AND SEND IT TO 1900.For example to port in the number 9937790909 type:  <PORT  9937790909>And send it to 1900 from the same mobile bearing the number 9937790909.Soon after you will receive an UPC code. The validity of this code is only 15 Days.

Fill-up a CAF with necessary PIA Documents, UPC Code and submit to the nearest Retailer/DSA/CSC.

You will get a blank SIM (for 2G SIM the cost is Rs. 20/- and for 3G the cost is 59/-).

The Retailer through its Franchisee or DSA through CSC will enter the subscribers DATA (CAF DATA) in the sancharsoft.

After successful entry of data, BSNL call centre will call the subscriber and Tele verifies the data submitted.

Once Tele-verification is successfully over the number will be sent to the donor operator through MNP gateway. Once the donor operators releases the number it will be automatically created in billing server and the number gets activated  with I/C facility. For making outgoing calls recharge with plan voucher-46/- or plan voucher-34/- depending upon the plan you need.

Activate DND service & get freedom from unwanted Tele-marketing calls and SMS :

Type   START <options> and send SMS to 1909.

For example To stop all types unwanted promotional SMS type:

START 0 and send it to 1909.

OPTIONS: 0 – FULLY BLOCKED, 1- BANKING/INSURANCE/FINANCIAL PRODUCTS/CREDIT CARDS, 2 – REAL Estate 3 – EDUCATION, 4 – HEALTH, 5 – CONSUMER. For Ex. “START 2” RECEIVE SMS ONLY FROM REAL ESTATE AND “START 3, 4 “RECEIVE SMS FROM EDUCATION & HEALTH, “START 0,2,3” OR “START 0” FULLY BLOCKED.For More Option Log on to http://www.nccptrai.gov.in

SMS  format for student plan customer to create group under friends and family

Type <STUDENTP> <new> <on-net1> <on-net2> <on-net3> <off-net1> <off-net2> <on-net std> and send SMS to 53738.
 (Subscribers can be send either all the 6 numbers or any combination of less than 6 numbers.)
To add a new number within the existing group type
 < STUDENTP > <add> <on-net/off-net/on-net std>
To change a number within the existing group (only one number allowed at a time)
 < STUDENTP > <change> <old number> <new number>
To know status of existing group
Type  <STUDENTP STATUS>  and send SMS to 53738

Format to send SMS for reduced call charge to any two BSNL local  number for general customers

Type <EXCELP> <on-net1> <on-net2>  and send SMS to 53738
Format to send sms for reduced call charge to two numbers by jai-jawan plan subscribers.
Type   FAF<space>PMLT<space> (BSNL No.)<space>(BSNL No.) and SMS to 53738

TO KNOW YOUR DEDICATED ACCOUNTS FOR GPRS, SMS & VIDEO CALL, DIAL

 

*123# Plan Name, validity, tariff, On-net, Off-net and SMS tariff details
*123*1# Balance & Validity of Local Calls On-net (Magic-300 and Magic-15)
*123*2#  X
*123*3# Balance & Validity of Packet Data(GPRS -7,14,99,125,270,301, and plan vouchers)
*123*4# Balance & Validity of Local & STD Calls OFF-NET (Plan Vouchers)
*123*5# X
*123*6# Balance & Validity of Local & STD Calls ON-NET  (  all Plan vouchers, Magic-30 Vouchers)
*123*7# Balance & Validity of Local & STD Calls ON-NET ( Magic-555)
*123*8# Magic 140
*123*9#  X
*123*10# Balance & Validity of Packet Data(anytime usage) – 3G Data Voucher
*124# To Know Validity of Magic Vouchers like MAGIC-75, -205

Consumer Care & General Information Toll Free Numbers of BSNL

For Basic services including broadband services:1500 or 1800-345-1500
For GSM Mobile services: 1503 or 1800-180-1503.
For CDMA & WiMax services: 1502 or 1800-180-1502.
For Broadband &Internet services:1504 or 1800-345-1504

155223

For MPLS & Other Data services: 1800-425-1957

TO DEACTIVATE VAS SERVICE DIAL 155223

AND LODGE YOUR COMPLAINT DIRECTLY

 

‘Telecom Circles’ or ‘Telecom Service Areas’

For a variety of purposes, India’s telephony regulators have divided the country up into a number of regions, called ‘Telecom Circles’ or ‘Telecom Service Areas’.

You will see reference to these telecom circles in various situations. For example: when looking for telephone numbers or telephone directories you will generally need to search by telecom circle. Or when reviewing telephone service plans and coverage areas for the telephone companies, you will see these may vary by telecom circle.

 Also, if a telephone company wants to operate in a specific telecom circle, they must purchase a license for that circle, usually through an auction process.

 At present, there are 22 Telecom Circles or Service Areas. They are broken down into 4 groups: ‘metro circles’ and then ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ circles.

 The ‘metro’ circles cover very dense population centers in the very largest Indian cities: Delhi, Kolkata, and Mumbai.

 The ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ circles cover various geographic territories of varying population sizes. ‘A’ circles are the largest in terms of population coverage. ‘C’ circles contain the smallest population.

 The borders of the circles roughly correspond to the borders of the Indian states — but there are exceptions. For instance, some smaller states are folded into larger neighboring states, some other smaller states are combined together to form one circle, etc.

India Telecom Circles

Telecom Circle Circle Type       Population Covered
Telecom Circle Circle Type Population Covered
lAndhra Pradesh Telecom Circle c r6.2
lAssam Telecom Circle c r6.7
lBihar Telecom Circle c r09.9
lDelhi Metro Telecom Circle cetro r8.6
lGujarat Telecom Circle c r1
lHaryana Telecom Circle c r1.1
lHimachal Pradesh Telecom Circle c r.1
lJammu & Kashmir Telecom Circle c r0.1
lKarnataka Telecom Circle c r2.9
lKerala Telecom Circle c r1.9
lKolkata Metro Telecom Circle cetro r5.4
lMadhya Pradesh Telecom Circle c r1.2
lMaharashtra Telecom Circle c r6.9
lMumbai Metro Telecom Circle cetro r1.3
lNortheast Telecom Circle c r1.7
lOrissa Telecom Circle c r6.8
lPunjab Telecom Circle c r5.3
lRajasthan Telecom Circle c r6.5
lTamil Nadu Telecom Circle* c r3.4
lUttar Pradesh (East) Telecom Circle c r01.6
lUttar Pradesh (West) Telecom Circle c r3.1
lWest Bengal Telecom Circle c r5.7

Population coverage is estimated in Millions.

* The Tamil Nadu circle now includes the Chennai Metro Circle

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