The Complete Guide to the National Do Not Call List of India – Part 2

If you like you may even register with your telecom providers by sending them a SMS or getting in touch with their Customer Care.

Part 2 will give you details about how to go about doing it.

Register with Airtel

  • To register your Airtel number with the NDNC list, simply send the SMS START DND from your phone to 121(Toll Free)
  • You will get a confirmation number and your request will be processed in 45 days

BSNL Landline & CellOne Subscribers

BSNL users may SMS or call the Call center to register

  • To register your BSNL number with the NDNC list, simply send the SMS DNC ACT from your phone to 53733
  • Customer Care – Call 1500
  • You will get a confirmation number and your request will be processed in 45 days

Register with Vodafone
Vodafone Hutch subscribers can call the Call Center to register with the NDNC Registry.

Telecom Circle Pre-Paid Users Call Post-Paid Users Call
Andhra Pradesh 9885098850 9885098850
Chennai 9884098840 9884098840
Delhi 9811098110 9811098110
Gujarat 9825098250 9825098250
Haryana 9813098130 9813098130
Kolkata 9830098300 9830098300
Maharastra & Goa 9923399233 9823098230
Mumbai 9820098200 9820098200
Punjab 9888098880 9888098880
Rajasthan 9828098280 9828098280
West Bengal 9732097320 9732097320
Tamil Nadu 9843098430 9843098430
UP [East] 9839098390 9839098390
UP [West] 9719097190 9719097190
Kerala 9846098460 9846098460

Register with Idea
Idea Cellular subscribers can call the Call Center to register with the NDNC Registry.

Telecom Circle Pre-Paid Users Call Post-Paid Users Call
Haryana 347 or 600 9812012345,
500, 900
Gujarat 4444 9824012345,
12345,
9824000121/
121
Madhya Pradesh 12345 9826012345,
12345
Andhra Pradesh 12345 9848012345,
12345
Delhi 9891012345 9891012345
UP (West) 347/343/12345
/9837012345
9837012345,
726 / 321
Kerala 9847112345 9847012345
Himachal Pradesh 9882012345 9882012345
Rajasthan 12345 12345
Maharashtra 4444  
UP [East] 9889012345 12345

Register with MTNL
MTNL subscribers don’t have the SMS option. Though they may call up the helplines below to register.

  • To register with the NDNC list, GSM subscribers call 1503
  • MTNL CDMA subscribers call 1502
  • MTNL PSTN / Landline subscribers call 1500

Register with Reliance
Reliance Communications (CDMA) subscribers can register in following ways.

  • To register with the NDNC list, Wireless subscribers call *333 send the sms DNC ACT to 53733
  • Wireline Subscriber Call *377

Register with Reliance
Reliance Telecom (GSM) subscribers can call the Call Center to register.

Telecom Circle Pre-Paid Users Call Post-Paid Users Call
Bihar 9835098350 9835098350
Jharkhand 9835198351 9835198351
West Bengal 9832098320 9832098320
Madhya Pradesh 9827098270 9827098270
Orissa 9861098610 9861098610
Kolkata 9883098830 9883098830
  • Send an SMS to 9999 with content DNDA – Will opt you out of unwanted Calls & SMS
  • Send an SMS to 9999 with content DNDC – Will opt you out of unwanted Calls
  • Send an SMS to 9999 with content DNDS – Will opt you out of unwanted SMS

Register with Tata Indicom
Tata Indicom subscribers can register in following ways.

  • To register with the National Do Not Call registry, Pre-Paid subscribers call 12524
  • Tata Indicom Post-Paid subscribers call 121
  • Indicom Walky [8 Digit Number] Pre-paid call 1281 and Post-paid call 12532

Register with Aircel
Aircel subscribers can call their Call Center to register with the NDNC list.

Telecom Circle Pre-Paid Users Call Post-Paid Users Call
Chennai 9841056789 9841012345
Tamil Nadu [Except Chennai] 9842012345 9842212345
Assam 9854012345 9854098540
North East 9856012345 9856098560
Jammu 9858012345 9858098580
Kashmir 9858312345 9858398583
Himachal Pradesh 9857072345  
Orissa 9853012345 9853098530
Bihar 9852012345  
West Bengal 9851012345 9851098510

Register with BPL Mobile
BPL subscribers can register in the following manner.

  • To register with the NDNC list, pre-paid subscribers call 555
  • BPL Post-paid subscribers call 800

So register and free yourself from the disturbing calls of Telemarketers. Please comment on this post if I am missing out on providing you with any information.

The Complete Guide to the National Do Not Call List of India – Part 1

6 thoughts on “The Complete Guide to the National Do Not Call List of India – Part 2”

  1. The reliance numbers that you gave are the Hotline numbers for reliance. And, they do not register us for the Do not call Registry. I am sorry to say that either your information is lacking or the Reliance people are breaking some laws. I have tried thrice to register. Once, I got the answer that, the registry as yet has not started. Second time, they had no information regarding the Do not Call Registry Number that I had to Dial from my Reliance Mobile. And, third time they gave me a number of which inTelephone Parlance there was no `Astitva’. Please explain to me how, after all this things have happened, do I avoid all those annoying SMSes and Calls from Reliance itself. Forget others.

  2. Hi Vikrant,

    Are you talking of the Reliance CDMA services or GSM services?

    If it is CDMA, I called *333 and asked them the same.
    They said there is no provision to register for DNC by calling up their helpline.
    But yeah, he added that we can register by sending the SMS DNC ACT to the number 53733.

    If it is GSM, once you get the information on how to register, please let me know about your location along with the information.

  3. Hi,
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    Step1 Open http://www.ndncregistry.blogspot.com
    step2 click on “clickhere”
    step3 fill the columns.

    gud luk to you all

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