MTNL Delhi Launches Missed Call Alert Facility on Landline Phone

By April 17th, 2013 AT 5:57 PM

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), today announced the launch of SMS based “Missed Call Alert Service on Land-line” for its customers in Delhi telecom circle.

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Missed Call Alert for Land-line (MCA) customers was launched first time in India by MTNL in Mumbai circle in May 9, 2012  which is now expanded to its customers in Delhi circle. MTNL’s   Missed Call Alert for Land-line is an extended communication inovetive tool of wire-line services for sending information on any Missed Call to the subscribers land-line to his /her registered mobile phone.

Any Landline subscriber of MTNL Delhi can opt for MCA service. Subscriber can apply for MCA through Area Sanchar Haat or through call centre numbers 011-22221500 or 1500 (toll free from MTNL).

MTNL Launches India's First Missed Call Alert Facility on Landline Phone

The monthly service charges of the MCA service is Rs.20 per month per landline number with zero (NIL) registration charge. For availing MCA service, subscriber has to intimate/register his/her mobile number of Delhi service areas of any operator on which MCA SMS will be sent.

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Missed Call? seeems like MTNL is much more advanced than BSNL. I have BSNL landline and had to struggle for Call facility and every month they give a bill of Rs 125 (without any usage) and only 25 free calls. BSNL landline is the worst telecom equipment I have ever seen. Don’t know why India doesn’t offer cheap landline services where there is no need to purchase spectrum. USA had very high usage of landlines.

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