GP Incoming Call Off Code 2023 – You don’t want to receive any call? If yes! Then dial *21*017# code and turn off call receiving service using MMI Code.
In Bangladesh we often want to get rid of all Incoming Calls when we want to stay alone. That’s why, Grameenphone (GP) network has introduce a new code that block all incoming calls from your GP number.
In addition, Grameenphone provides here 2 different code, 1st code *21*017# is to activate the incoming call blocking and 2nd code ##21# is to turn on the receiving (incoming call) once again.
GP Incoming Call Off / Stop Code
If you don’t want to receiving even a single call on your Grameenphone (GP) network then dial *21*017# code. This code will block all receiving calls and whoever will call at your number will fail every time he / she calls you.
On the other hand, Dial ##21# and deactivate this blocking incoming call service and again receive all calls on your Grameenphone number.
|Service Name:||Incoming Call Off|
Block Specific Numbers
If you want to receive all numbers calls except few particular numbers then you need to activate Grameenphone (GP) Call Block Service by dialing *121*6*4*1# code. You can send “Start CB” to 25678 to activate GP Call Block Service.
|GP Call Block Code:||*121*6*4*1#|
|GP Call Block using SMS:||Send Start CB to 25678|
|GP Call Unblock Code:||*121*6*4*4#|
|GP Call Unblock using SMS:||Send Stop CB to 25678|
See: GP 500 Minute Offer
Activate Call Barring Service
In your mobile (android or iOS) the manufacturers give a built-in feature that allow you to block specific numbers to call you. It is called “Call Barring” feature and it available in nearly all mobiles / device. Please open your mobile settings to know whether your mobile has this feature or not.
Author Final Words
We have mention here 3 different methods (tricks) that can block other numbers to call you. Hence it is on you which method you choose for your GP SIM and get rid of those extra people calls who waste your time. For such interesting and helpful articles visit related articles of Apna4G.