MTNL Mumbai Offers Free Missed Call Alert Service For 30 Days

In an attempt to provide enhanced value proposition to the customers and promote the value added services, India’s first 3G Mobile service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), toady announced the launch Free Missed Call Alert Services for its subscribers in Mumbai telecom circle.

MTNL Mumbai’s prepaid and postpaid subscribers (2G/3G) can activate Missed Call Alert Service Free for 30 days as a promotional ‘Try and Trust’ VAS offers starts from today.

To Activate the Free MCA facility user has to send SMS ’ Sub MCA’ to 50101. After sending the SMS, users needs to Divert calls in required condition to +919869099999 from their phone settings menu.

Missed Call Alert (MCA) is a service which enables user to get particulars about such missed calls which include details like who has called and when, and receives all the information needed to return the call.

After the promotional offer, subscriber can continue with the service at Rs.15/month or Rs.1 per Missed Call Alert SMS as per their choice. For more details dial 1503 or 9869012345 (Toll Free from MTNL).

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max
November 10, 2011 4:22 pm 4:22 PM
Firstonnet :Really good offer for MTNL Mumbai subscribers, Instead of one month they need to offer it free of cost till Calender year end i.e. 31st Dec 2011. TRAI need to instruct all the operators to offer MCA free of cost to their respective subscribers, finally subscribers are missing their incoming calls only because of network congestion, no network coverage etc which are concern to operator system not to the subscribers but in India operators are looking towards earning. Only one operator i.e. BSNL who offer this service @ free of cost for his loyal subscribers. and sms @ 1… Read more »
ashokumar
November 9, 2011 7:55 pm 7:55 PM

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In Maharashtra, still bsnl has not increase the call rate which was being annouce few day before..they are charging the same as before they were…

in tamilnadu also, there is no change in the tariffs as announced by TT

November 9, 2011 5:26 pm 5:26 PM

@Firstonnet
In Maharashtra, still bsnl has not increase the call rate which was being annouce few day before..they are charging the same as before they were…

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