Register for ‘Do Not Call/Disturb’ (NDNC) to Stop Promotional calls and messages from Telecom Operators

Do not DisturbDo you want to avoid unwanted telemarketing calls and SMS, arriving on your Mobile or Landline phones from Telecom companies which aim to provide additional services, promotions, offers, plans, tariffs, etc?

National Do Not Call Registry (NDNC Registry) is a measure from Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, whose main objective is to control Unsolicited Commercial Communication (UCC) and let you get rid of it.

To Register in NDNC Registry – Call 1909 (toll tree) or SMS START DND to 1909 (toll free). In case you want to de-register yourself from the NDNC registry SMS STOP DND to 1909 (toll free).

Alternatively, users can visit the ‘Do not Call/Disturb’ registration webpage of their desired telecom subscribers to apply for same.







Note – Promotional calls and messages to your Landline or mobile phone should stop within 45 days from the date of registration.


Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor of WebTrickz. He is a Tech enthusiast and an Internet freak who loves to try out new gadgets and smartphones. You will usually find him sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter where he is extremely active.

6 Responses

  1. JK says:

    Thanks for the info. I am sure most people (India) need this.

  2. mizdoc says:

    Good luck with this. We in Canada got it a year or so ago and I signed up right away, however it has made very little difference….there are so many exceptions, its ridiculous

  3. MostlyBlog says:

    thanks for the info,btw Rt done

  4. rock says:

    thanks yar…….

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