PTA introduces a new way to prevent fake phone calls and messages.
PTA introduces a new way to prevent fake phone calls and messages. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has taken significant steps to prevent spam calls and messages, following court orders. The PTA has introduced new measures to make it easier for users to report fake phone calls and messages and block spammers.
Users can now report spam calls and messages by sending a single SMS to 9000. To do this, users simply need to paste the incoming message and type the spammer’s phone number in the message. The PTA has also instructed users to block the numbers of fake callers or SMS senders on their mobile phones.
The PTA’s efforts to combat spam have been prompted by concerns about the increasing number of spam calls and messages in Pakistan. These calls and messages are not only annoying but can also be dangerous, as they may be used to scam people or steal personal information.
The PTA chairman appeared in court on July 19 to explain the steps taken by the authority to combat spam. If the court is not satisfied with these actions, it may take legal action against the executive.
The introduction of these measures is a positive step towards reducing the number of spam calls and messages in Pakistan. By making it easier for users to report spam, the PTA is helping to protect people from fraudulent activity and safeguard their personal information.
As technology continues to evolve, it is likely that we will see new methods of spamming emerge. However, the PTA’s efforts to combat spam will help to keep pace with these developments and ensure that users are protected from these threats.
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