Lausanne (ots) - With to the cost-free service "Missed call
notification" by SMS, the user is informed of missed calls, and with
the possibility of completely blocking calls to 0900 numbers or
simply to any numbers offering erotic content, he has another useful
service for free. Orange is thus offering its customers two services
that are easy to use, very practical and cost-free.
Lots of people today have their mobile phone with them wherever
they go. However, there are situations where they may be asked to
switch their mobiles off or to "silent mode". So that Orange
customers can find out which calls they missed while their mobile was
switched off, Orange now lets them know via the cost-free Orange SMS
"Missed call notification" service. On switching on their mobile
phone, Orange customers will receive a short message detailing the
number of calls received during their absence, including the caller's
number, day and time of the call.
For example: You have missed 5 calls
1. +41212161010 / 10.12 /10.35 (3x)
2. +41787871016/ 10.12. / 11.05 (2x)
Orange customers will therefore also know who was trying to call
them while their mobile phone was off if the caller did not leave a
message in their OrangeBox. This cost-free service will be introduced
in the coming weeks and will be available to all Orange customers
from end December 2003. The service can be deactivated at any time by
calling Orange Customer Care (0800 700 700).
Blocking 0900 numbers free of charge - better to be safe than
Calls to premium rate numbers (0900, etc.) and especially to those
offering erotic content can soon add up. Anyone wanting to be sure
that numbers of this kind cannot be called from their mobile phone,
can either completely block calls to 0900 numbers or just to those
offering erotic content. This Orange service is also cost-free and
can be activated or deactivated at any time by calling Orange
Customer Care (0800 700 700).
For more details about Orange, its services, price plans and
options please visit the web site: www.orange.ch.
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