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  1. #1
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    May 2012

    Call forwarding on Airtel Landline

    Hi Friends,

    Its me John from Bangalore. Its been more than 15 days I am running behind Airtel and they are unable to provide me support. Here is what exactly my issue...

    Just a month back I was using call forwarding on my landline. Whatever call comes on my landline it gets forwarded directly to my cell. For some reason I did disable that option and now no way I am able to enable that option.

    Airtel says 114+Telephone number. But the moment I press 114 it gives me engage dial tone. Airtel did explain the call forwarding option on below link but it doesn't work


    I have been calling to them its been more than 7 days. Everytime they gives me a complain number and no one comes home to solve this issue. Very unhappy with such support from Airtel. If anyone here can help me how exactly I can get this solution would be really great.


  2. #2
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    Jul 2013
    Hi John,

    Hope you are doing well,

    if you are using Airtel landline, then only the below Answer will help you.

    115# to deactivate the forwarding feature
    114*0 +mobile no# to activate the forwarding feature for all calls

    Hope this helps you John,

    Good day!!

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