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2020-11-27

Mobile calling will change in the new year without the use of '0'

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Mobile calling will change in the new year without the use of '0'

So how are you guys, I hope all is well. So let's start today's news, to make a call on mobile phones from landlines across the country, customers have to enter zero (0) before dialing the number from 1 January. The Department of Telecommunications has accepted the proposal of the concerned TRAI. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had on May 29, 2020 recommended zero (0) before the number for such calls. This will enable telecom service providers to score higher. The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) said in a circular issued on 20 November that it had accepted TRAI's recommendations for changes in the way landlines are used to dial mobile numbers. This will facilitate the creation of the required number of mobile and landline services. According to the circular, after the new rule comes into force, one has to dial zero before the number to call from landline to mobile. In a circular issued on November 20, it said it had accepted TRAI's recommendations for changes in the way landlines are used to dial mobile numbers. This will facilitate the creation of the required number of mobile and landline services. According to the circular, after the new rule comes into force, one has to dial zero before the number to call from landline to mobile. The Department of Telecommunications said that telecom companies would have to provide zero dialing facilities to all landline customers.The Department of Telecommunications said that telecom companies would have to provide zero dialing facilities to all landline customers. This feature is still available for calling outside your area. The circular states that fixed-line switches should announce that fixed-line subscribers are notified of the need to dial 0 for all on a mobile call. Telecom companies have been given time till January 1 to adopt the new system. A change in the way dialing will enable telecom companies to generate an additional 254.4 million numbers for mobile services. This will help meet future needs. So friends, how did you like this news, please tell us by commenting.

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