Now Dial STD Numbers Without Prefixing 0 or +91

The Logical Indian

May 21st, 2015 / 11:54 PM

Mobile phone and landline users can now dial any STD number without using a prefix ‘0’ or +91, according to an order by the department of telecom (DoT) to leading telecom companies.

The move is a part of the TRAI’s ruling of full mobile number portability (MNP). Many leading telecom service providers have started implementing the service while others are putting in place the requisite technology and carrying out trial runs.

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