TRAI DND App Coming Soon: Empowering Users to Take Control of Unsolicited Commercial Communication

Shirwadkar
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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of its new TRAI DND App, designed to empower mobile phone users to effectively manage unsolicited commercial communication (UCC) or telemarketing calls and SMS. This user-friendly app will provide a centralized platform for users to register their DND preferences, register complaints against pesky telemarketers, and track the status of their complaints.

“We are committed to safeguarding the interests of telecom consumers and ensuring a seamless communication experience,” “The TRAI DND App is a testament to our commitment, providing users with a convenient and accessible tool to manage their UCC preferences and take control of their communication preferences.”

The TRAI DND App offers a range of user-friendly features, including:

  • Simplified DND registration: Users can easily register their mobile numbers under DND to block unsolicited commercial calls and SMS.
  • Streamlined complaint filing: Users can seamlessly lodge UCC complaints against telemarketers who violate their DND preferences.
  • Real-time complaint tracking: Users can track the status of their UCC complaints, ensuring timely action against telemarketers.
  • Intelligent spam detection: The app incorporates an intelligent spam detection engine to assist users in identifying and reporting spam messages.
  • Crowdsourced data: The app utilizes crowdsourced data to identify and block unregistered telemarketers effectively.
  • User-friendly interface: The app boasts a simple and intuitive interface for easy navigation and operation.

The TRAI DND App will be available for download on both Android and iOS platforms, ensuring accessibility for a wide range of mobile phone users. The app’s release date will be announced shortly.

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