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  1. #1
    dm50
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    I had once participated in acontest through sms.
    I am not now interested.
    But daily 3 / 4 messages are coming and these are being chared from my
    prepaid a/c.
    I asked to stop by sending sms and e-mail to the contest no. no
    response.
    my a/c getting depleted daily.
    service provider(BSNL) customer care said the cant stop it.
    How to stop? NOKIA6020.




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  2. #2
    dm50
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    How to block incoming sms from a particular sender

    Is there any means to block incoming messages from a particular sender?
    I had once sent one sms to a contest.
    >From then on, they are sending about 3 / 4 messages every day and these

    are being charged.
    My prepaid a/c is getting depleted by this way.
    I had sent sms to the them(by replying from the same number ) to stop
    sending sms - I am not interested, BUT no effect!
    My service provider customer service(BSNL) pleaded inability to block
    any sms.
    But receiving chargeable messages (SMS) goes on!
    How to get rid of this?
    Any solution for my mobile NOKIA ?




  3. #3
    Simon Templar
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    Re: How to block incoming sms from a particular sender

    dm50 wrote:
    > I had once participated in acontest through sms.
    > I am not now interested.
    > But daily 3 / 4 messages are coming and these are being chared from my
    > prepaid a/c.
    > I asked to stop by sending sms and e-mail to the contest no. no
    > response.
    > my a/c getting depleted daily.
    > service provider(BSNL) customer care said the cant stop it.
    > How to stop? NOKIA6020.


    If you are in Australia you can contact the Telecommunications
    Ombudsman, they will give you ticket number and a phone number to
    contact your service provider to resolve the issue.

    Your service provider has a short time to resolve this issue with you
    otherwise the Ombudsman will step in and costs rapidly rack up against
    your service provider until they resolve it. Your service provider is
    the one billing you for the service, so they are responsible to prevent
    the messages when you do not want them.


    --
    The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I may
    belong to.

    73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
    http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/cl...IENT_NO=157452




  4. #4
    Jerry
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    Re: How to block incoming sms from a particular sender


    "dm50" <dmitra1950@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1150680753.057568.118710@h76g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    > I had once participated in acontest through sms.
    > I am not now interested.
    > But daily 3 / 4 messages are coming and these are being chared from my
    > prepaid a/c.
    > I asked to stop by sending sms and e-mail to the contest no. no
    > response.
    > my a/c getting depleted daily.
    > service provider(BSNL) customer care said the cant stop it.
    > How to stop? NOKIA6020.
    >

    You could try by sending the reply "STOP"





  5. #5
    honestly dangerous
    Guest

    Re: How to block incoming sms from a particular sender

    Hey buddy,,
    try this..

    If you are receiving SMS that you don't want, you can easily stop
    receiving SMS on your handset for a while. Just turning off incoming
    SMS for a couple of days might stop the person who is texting you, as
    they may think that you have changed phone numbers. All you have to do
    to turn off incoming messages is type the code *35*1111*15# into your
    handset. A couple of days later type the code #35*1111*15# to turn
    messages back on, and hopefully the person will have gone away. Not
    sure about if it is possible to block just one number.

    let know the resutls.....


    Jerry wrote:
    > "dm50" <dmitra1950@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:1150680753.057568.118710@h76g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    > > I had once participated in acontest through sms.
    > > I am not now interested.
    > > But daily 3 / 4 messages are coming and these are being chared from my
    > > prepaid a/c.
    > > I asked to stop by sending sms and e-mail to the contest no. no
    > > response.
    > > my a/c getting depleted daily.
    > > service provider(BSNL) customer care said the cant stop it.
    > > How to stop? NOKIA6020.
    > >

    > You could try by sending the reply "STOP"





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