Any GSM customer can port to tata or any other CDMA operator in India.
Network: Strongest coverage. No call drops. No congestion. Switching is faster. Strongest indoor coverage
Tarrif: Post paid tariffs are attractive. Pre-paid tariff is best. 30 Paise/Minute both std/local (Best among all operator) in kerala. Also will get full talk time on small recharges. Transparent plans. 1 rupee/10 minute that means 10 paise per minute. Also other good and effective call reduction plans are available. Roaming tariffs are available.
Customer care: Totally tall free for both complaint registration and plans enquiry, or any customer queries. The customer care is very good and helpful, well behaved totally responsive. Executives are well trained to answer any operator related queries.
Internet: Fastest connectivity with good offers more internet products. Higher bandwidth due to CDMA
(Any GSM customer can port to CDMA visa versa)
Here are the steps to port your mobile number to any operator in India – six quick steps:
- Send an SMS to 1900 in following format: PORT Your Mobile Number- eg. PORT 9999999999. (Simply sms “PORT <space> <10 digit mobile number which you wish to port> to 1900.)
- You will get a 8 digit unique porting code (UPC) instantly as a SMS.
- Send this SMS to operator you want to migrate to quoting the unique code. This code is valid only for a few days, and have to be applied again if it expires.
- Your new operator will check with your existing operator & if there are no dues then approval will be given for porting.
- You will get a SMS with the time and date when porting will take place. Rules mandate that process be completed within 7 days of applying.
- After porting is complete, wait for the SMS from your new operator confirming the switch. Your phone may be dead for few hours when the porting takes place.
You need to submit:
- Duly filled CAF form with UPC code details
- Copy of valid Address and Identity proof
- Copy of last bill paid to current service provider (in case of postpay customer)
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