Call Barring allows you to bar certain types of calls from being made from your phone. Different levels of barring can be set up on each phone.

To use Call Barring, you need your PIN. Your PIN is a four digit password for the service. The bar can be lifted only if the correct PIN is entered.

Note: Ensure that your PIN number is not revealed to anyone.

You can selectively bar calls by using option numbers. The following option numbers are available:


Option number Bars Allows
1 All external calls starting with 9 and codes starting with * or #.

Notes:

  • If you want to use this option and divert incoming calls you must set up Call Diversion first.
  • Reverse charge calls can still be accepted when this option is switched on.
Calls to 9-999, 9-150,9-151, 9-152, 9-154, 9-144. Internal calls and calls starting 0800 and 0500.
2 National, International and calls to premium rate information services. Calls to mobile phones. Calls to 9-999, 9-150,9-151, 9-152, 9-154, 9-144. Internal calls, local and operator calls and calls starting 0800 and 0500.
3 International calls. All other calls.
4 All operator calls. All other calls.
5 Calls starting * and #. All other calls and Call Barring codes.
7 Calls to premium rate information services.

Note: This option is available only if you are served by a system X exchange.
All other calls.

To switch on Call Barring, dial *34*Option Number#

To check whether Call Barring is switched on, dial *#34#

To cancel Call Barring, dial #34*Option Number*PIN#

 
 

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