Tata Indicom To End CDMA Service In Delhi From 19th March

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Tata Indicom To End CDMA Service In Delhi From 19th March

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Due to the continuous number of subscriber loss, Tata Indicom is shutting down its CDMA services in Delhi. In fact, in 2016 alone, the company has lost 19,08,994 customers. The company will be scrapping of the operation from 19th March 2018. Due to continues subscriber fall and financial losses, the company is all set to wrap of the services to prevent the financial burden.

Reliance and Tata Indicom were the major CDMA service providers in India. Reliance recently shut down its service and now its Tata Indicom’s turn to do the same.

All active customers are receiving a text message to opt out of the service within the above-mentioned date. If not, the user will witness the permanent disconnection from the services.

If a user likes to retain his number, then he has to use Mobile number portability service.

How to use MNP to opt out of Tata Indicom services?
  • Send a message PORT<space> your mobile number to 1900
  • You will receive alphanumeric unique code (do not disclose the code to anyone)
  • Get a customer Aquisition form from the cellular provider of your choice
  • Fill in Your details and complete KYC to active your new connection.
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