PTA has just launched a new system to help you block spam SMS messages on phone

individuals who claim a cell phone in Pakistan have been an unfortunate casualty to a surge of spam messages from different organizations. Anybody in Pakistan can without much of a stretch send a limited time message to hundreds and thousands of enrolled numbers through SMS organizations in under Rs.500.

So far there has been no real way to report or square such limited time messages. However, presently the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has at last thought of a framework that allows you to report and square these messages.

The PTA reported today through SMS message that you can enlist your number with the ‘Don’t Call Register (DNCR) list which will adequately square most if not all spam messages sent to your number.

So as to enlist on DNCR, you should simply type ‘Reg’ and send it to 3627. What’s more, on the off chance that despite everything you continue getting those irritating calls and messages even after you have enlisted, you can call your specialist co-op and report the number and that number will be enrolled with DNCR through PTA.

On the off chance that for reasons unknown despite everything you need telemarketers to send you messages, you can unregister from the DNCR list by composing ‘Unreg’ and sending it to 3627.

On the off chance that subsequent to enrolling on the DNCR, despite everything you get spam messages, you can likewise call 0800-55055 from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm to enlist a grievance with PTA. An email can likewise be sent to enroll your protest on

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