Airtel, JIO, Airtel Coronavirus Caller Tune Deactivate: Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone recently started playing a recorded message with a coughing sound followed by a disclaimer regarding coronavirus. Here's how you can stop it.
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If the message still continues after pressing the # button on iOS, or a number on Android, you will have to press it once again as the telecom service provider might not have noted the first click at all.
By using this trick you can stop the message from playing. However, it will completely not stop and play the next time you are making a call. To make it completely stop you can think of making calls over WhatsApp, Google Duo, Facebook Messenger or more. All of which do not play the message at the beginning of a call.
Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone recently started playing a recorded message with a coughing sound followed by a disclaimer regarding coronavirus. The coughing sound has been removed according to the telecom service providers, however, in our experience, it is still coming but very rarely. The sound and this disclaimer are quite irritating for some people, who have taken to Twitter, complaining about the same. Here’s how you can stop the disclaimer from playing:
[ Deactivate the message only when you have heard the notification enough times and do not need to hear it repeatedly.]
This is actually done for the legitimate interest of allowing our users to understand and optimize the entire customer journey:
User login facility through third party accounts in some cases; And
helps us understand where the user actually reaches through various devices
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