How to turn off call forwarding on any Nigeria SIM networks

I’ve been dealing with the call forwarding notice problem that appears on my phone’s screen every time I try to make a call using my MTN, Airtel, or Glo SIM cards for about a year now. I once mistakenly believed that I had accidentally turned on the call forwarding feature on my SIM cards, but I’ve since come to understand that it was either someone, I had previously given my phone to who had done so covertly, or I was being watched by a Nigerian security agent for reasons only they would know.

The reality is that many Nigerians are now struggling with this problem without understanding how to solve it. Many people may have tried all the phone settings, like I did, in an effort to disable call forwarding without success. Most of the time, your phone’s settings are not the answer. On any Nigerian SIM network, call forwarding may be permanently disabled by calling a short USSD code.

If you reside in Nigeria and every time you attempt to make a call, you receive a “call redirected” message. Don’t disregard this. It’s possible that someone or a group is keeping an eye on your calls, texts, and faxes. By following the easy procedures below, you may check and confirm that your phone communications are not being monitored even if you don’t get any of these messages.

Remember that call forwarding here does not indicate that calls will be sent to a different number instead of the one you intended (this can simply be set up from your CALL SETTINGS on your phone). What I’m trying to say is that if you contact John and he answers, James (a third party) will also be listening in on your chats with John on either their computer or phone, without your knowledge.

How to determine whether your calls, texts, and faxes are forwarded

How to determine whether your calls, texts, and faxes are forwarded

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Just dial *#61# on your phone to see if call forwarding is enabled on your SIM cards. Once the code has been entered, a pop-up notification will inform you whether or not your calls, messages, and faxes have been forwarded. The notification will still display the phone number to which such calls are sent if call forwarding is enabled.

On any Nigerian SIM network, how to disable call forwarding

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Now that you know how to verify if your phone communications are being listened to, you can also disable call forwarding if it is discovered to be in use. Just call ##002# to release your SIM cards from the hook.

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How to turn on or off MTN When there is no answer, call Nigeria and forward. When your call is not answered, MTN will forward it to another number

  • To activate, enter **61*destination phone number*11#. As an illustration, **61*080123xxxxx*11#.
  • To turn off this service, use the code ##61#.
  • Dial *#61# to verify the status of your divert for this option.

When the line cannot be reached, how to activate/deactivate MTN Call Divert Nigeria using USSD codes in order to have your calls rerouted in inaccessible or network-less areas

  • Dial **62*destination phone number*11# to activate. As an illustration, **62*080123xxxxx*11#.
  • The deactivation code is ##62#.
  • To check whether call forwarding is still enabled or disabled, dial *#62#.

MTN USSD Codes to Stop All Call Forwarding

Do you know what kind of call diversion was enabled on your MTN line? By calling #002#, you may stop any call forwarding on your MTN line. Dial ##21# to check the status of your MTN line.

Using USSD codes, activate and disable call divert/forward when line is busy

With MTN, you may turn on call divert, especially if your line is busy or you are in the middle of a conversation.

  • Dial **67*destination mobile number*11# to activate. As an illustration, **67*080123xxxxx*11#.
  • The deactivation code is ##67#.
  • To check whether call forwarding is still enabled or disabled, dial *#67#.

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