Want To Deactivate Coronavirus Caller Tune On Airtel, BSNL, Jio, And Vodafone, Follow These Steps

The Coronavirus pandemic was the deadliest virus epidemic that humanity has experienced in decades. Even with vaccinations accessible all across the world, the entire world is still fighting to get back on its feet. However, one thing that the government is doing is encouraging people to follow the health safety recommendations. Telecom providers throughout India have started to play the 'Coronavirus' dialer tone to remind customers of the measures to take in public areas.

You would have undoubtedly heard the dialer tone, which starts with a coughing sound and then goes over the precautions to take to avoid coronavirus infections. Some of the operators are also playing the coronavirus caller tune in Amitab Bacchan's voice.

This caller song has been playing on users' smartphones for several months, and many have tried unsuccessfully to silence it. The coronavirus caller song usually plays first before the contact receives the call, which is one of the reasons it has grown irritating.

During an emergency, the additional time it takes for calls to reach the receiver is also a problem. We're sure you've looked for ways to get rid of the obnoxious coronavirus caller tune. So, how can you do it indefinitely? This page explains how to utilize the steps on Airtel, Vodafone, Jio, and other networks. The cancellation request for the COVID caller tune must be sent to a specific number for both Airtel and Vodafone customers. If in case you aren't aware of the number or the procedure, follow the steps below:

Step 1: For the Airtel users, you need to dial *646*224# from the phone's dialler. Once you dial this number, you will need to press "1" from the keypad to submit the cancellation request.

Step 2: If in case you are a Vodafone user, then you need to send the cancellation request as a text. You need to send a message "CANCT" to 144. You will receive the confirmation for the cancellation of the COVID caller tune.

How To Stop COVID Caller Tune On Jio And BSNL Numbers

Likewise Airtel and Vodafone, you will need to dial a special number for the deactivation of the coronavirus caller tune.

Step 1: If you are using a Jio number, you just need to type the "STOP" message and send it to 155223. The COVID caller tune will be deactivated once the request is processed.

Step 2: For the BSNL consumers, the special number is 56700 or 5699. You need to send the message "UNSUB" to any of the aforementioned numbers to cancel the annoying COVID 19 caller tune.

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