Hot Deal How to remove corona virus hello tune

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Is there a way to remove the Corona virus hello tune that has been activated by default for all JIO users.

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If you dont want to hear it, press # and if you dont want people who call you to hear it, might have to set a caller tune.

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I tried #, but it is not working for me (Vodafone SIM)

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even airtel idea have activated it

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CORONA VIRUS IN JIO NETWORKKEEP AWAY JIO SIM CARD laughing

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Press 1 when cough comes… Ur call ll be connected

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its not hello tune. hello tune works in the receiver’s number. its pre-dial announcement on the caller’s number, activated as per the direction of GoI. received sms from airtel on this.

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actually its not a hello tune ,,, its a voice message before the hello tune

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Lol that’s just a alert msg to all who are just panicking without proper info.
It’s good initiative though.

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M.MAHI wrote:

Lol that’s just a alert msg to all who are just panicking without proper info.
It’s good initiative though.

Yeah, its necessary for awareness, but listening to it every time you call is irritating, there should be atleast an option for people to voluntarily disable it , no point of teaching the same thing again and again, have to waste 1-2 mins each time i call, and its disappointing when the call itself is of 30 seconds wink

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androgame wrote:

Yeah, its necessary for awareness, but listening to it every time you call is irritating, there should be atleast an option for people to voluntarily disable it , no point of teaching the same thing again and again, have to waste 1-2 mins each time i call, and its disappointing when the call itself is of 30 seconds wink

Sach Baat batao bhai miss call nahi Maar pa rahe ab stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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Alexios wrote:

Sach Baat batao bhai miss call nahi Maar pa rahe ab stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

Bhai Jio aane ke baad missed call marta bhi kon hai? stuck_out_tongue

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Chandler_Bing wrote:

Bhai Jio aane ke baad missed call marta bhi kon hai? stuck_out_tongue

Koi koi marte hai abhi bhi, aadat se majboor stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes

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androgame wrote:

Yeah, its necessary for awareness, but listening to it every time you call is irritating, there should be atleast an option for people to voluntarily disable it , no point of teaching the same thing again and again, have to waste 1-2 mins each time i call, and its disappointing when the call itself is of 30 seconds wink

Actually that’s irritating now…
So as of now no one can reverse this alert msg until DOT pulls back this right ?
Let me know if I am wrong sleepy

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MrKool_JJ wrote:

Actually that’s irritating now…
So as of now no one can reverse this alert msg until DOT pulls back this right ?
Let me know if I am wrong sleepy

In some operators you can skip by pressing any number, but am only using BSNL and they are adamant at making you hear the message, no option to skip

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androgame wrote:

In some operators you can skip by pressing any number, but am only using BSNL and they are adamant at making you hear the message, no option to skip

On my Airtel & Voda nothing happens if any key is pressed. Modi baba wants that you must listen to it for 30 seconds before every call. So you are bound to listen. Even if its an urgent call it will start dialing only after 30 seconds. Even if you are redialing still you will have to listen to it.
Most of my family are now asking me to call via whatsapp.

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panchabhut wrote:

its not hello tune. hello tune works in the receiver’s number. its pre-dial announcement on the caller’s number, activated as per the direction of GoI.

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https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/607765/original/6550578_corona_callertune_ka_rona.png

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China constructed a hospital, India caller tune. #_DIGITAL INDIA_

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This is really irritating imp

They could have restricted to 1st call of the day

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Here’s a way to avoid this tone.
Call the no. You want to call disconnect immediately once you hear message
Then call again to same no. You won’t listen to it again.

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I agree that there should be an option to allow us to skip the call. I mean, the message is important and I am glad there was an initiative done for that but constantly hearing that at every possible call is just not the right way. What if there is an emergency?

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Ash-D wrote:

Here’s a way to avoid this tone.
Call the no. You want to call disconnect immediately once you hear message
Then call again to same no. You won’t listen to it again.

Doesn’t work

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