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Mobile Operators launch new series of mobile numbers starting with 8

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    Default Mobile Operators launch new series of mobile numbers starting with 8

    Vodafone has become the 1st operator to roll out 8-series mobile numbers just a few days ago. The operator has launched its series “8051″ in the Bihar Telecom Circle, with the code being used on new Prepaid numbers for customers in the states of Bihar & Jharkhand.

    Similarly, Reliance Communication is rolling out new number series 8055 in the Rest of Maharashtra (including Goa) circle. The company is rolling out these numbers in the Rest of Maharastra circle under the brand name of "BOSS". Reliance Communications is offering the BOSS series on both its pre-paid and post-paid platforms across its GSM network.

    As part of the roll-out of '8055' Boss series, the company will offer customers in Maharastra and Goa opportunity to purchase their choice of number by sending an SMS.

    Customers across Maharastra and Goa can purchase unique numbers from the BOSS series by sending an sms as "BOSS" followed by the remaining 6 digits of their choice to 567678. Depending on the availability; the selected number of choice will be blocked and a reference code will be provided to the customer. A new customer has to purchase a new Reliance Mobile GSM number along with Rs 80 National Calling Card (NCC) recharge and SMS back their reference number to activate their preferred choice of number. An existing Reliance GSM customer can also have a number in the BOSS series by following this process but without requiring to buy a new connection.
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    hmmm reppable info mate/uncle/dude,..
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    Well now that the ice has been broken, its just a matter of time before all the other operators roll out their “8″ series mobile numbers.

    Here is a list of what you can expect, and from whom, and where:

    Circle Operator 8-Series
    Andhra Pradesh Airtel 8008
    Andhra Pradesh Tata DoCoMo 8019
    Assam Airtel 8011
    Bihar Airtel 8002
    Bihar Vodafone 8051
    Delhi Reliance GSM 8010
    Gujarat Reliance GSM 8000
    Haryana Idea 8059
    Haryana Vodafone 8053
    Karnataka Tata DoCoMo 8050
    Kolkata Aircel 8013
    Kolkata Vodafone 8017
    Maharashtra – Goa Reliance GSM 8055
    Maharashtra – Goa Vodafone 8007
    Mumbai Reliance GSM 8080
    North East Aircel 8014
    Orissa Airtel 8018
    Punjab Vodafone 8054
    Rajasthan Airtel 8003
    Rajasthan Idea 8058
    Tamil Nadu Aircel 8012
    Tamil Nadu Airtel 8056
    Tamil Nadu Tata DoCoMo 8015
    Uttar Pradesh (E) Airtel 8009
    Uttar Pradesh (E) BSNL 8004
    Uttar Pradesh (E) BSNL 8005
    Uttar Pradesh (E) Reliance GSM 8081
    Uttar Pradesh (E) Vodafone 8052
    Uttar Pradesh (W) Idea 8057
    Uttar Pradesh (W) Vodafone 8006
    West Bengal Airtel 8016
    West Bengal Vodafone 8001
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