BSNL Mobile : Know Your LAST FIVE Call Transactions Through SMS

By July 12th, 2011 AT 6:36 PM

India’s National telecom Backbone and GSM service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today introduces SMS Based Prepaid Call Details service.

With this Service BSNL’s Mobile subscribers (2G and 3G) can check LAST Call & LAST FIVE Call Transactions through SMS (toll free) which will include Date, Type, Charges, Prepaid Balance, Number and Call Duration.

To know the last 5 call transaction details BSNL Mobile Subscriber (2G and 3G) may Send SMS as follows :

1. “LAST” to 53733 – To know the last call details like Date, Type, Charge, balance, Number & Duration.

2. “LAST FIVE” to 53733 – To know the last five calls details like Date of call transaction, Type of Call, Charge, prepaid account balance, Number & Duration of call.

Please Note : Numerical 5 is also supported. i.e. “LAST5”. Latest last call transactions of the customers will be updated in the system at every 15 minutes interval and made available to the customer accordingly.

As of now, BSNL’s “SMS Based Last 5 Call Transaction” details over short code 53733 launched or available in Tamilnadu, Chennai, Kerala and it will be launched in other circles in coming days.

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sali

How to find last 5 sms details

Pawan
Pawan

sms LAST5 to 123 is working

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sach me bhai

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