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Is there a way to block the ability to send SMS messages?

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The idea to establish a ban on sending any SMS messages with your mobile phone so here's a perverse way:
To change the settings in the SIM card instead of writing the real numbers of SMS-center your own phone number.
Will this "barbaric" method to achieve this goal?
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Will I lose the ability to send USSD queries (e.g. to check balance)?
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Obviously monojet deactivate SMS transmission operator. Your method is interesting, but questionable, IMHO.
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The idea is to ride. Earlier in the phone numbers of the SMS center in the settings you can change. Well you can not your own to register, and in General, any or no. And what is the actual phone? And the meaning of this lock? Premium rate numbers can be separately from the operator block
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Recently puzzled by blocking sending SMS on short number from your phone. The first is at the level of the operator. Search the site MegaFon gave the following result: "the service connection fee is 100 rubles, the monthly fee is 100 rubles a month." In General, the cost of services comparable to those SMS to short numbers. Only then do you pay the operator. The difference. Later, after searching through Yandex, and came across the website of a branch in another city. There was provided a similar service, only with the remark "free of charge". Tried in the region — have a text message "Service, the Ban of sending entertaining SMS connected". Checked the balance — unchanged.
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In the personal account of Beeline, you can disable the "transfer SMS".
In LK MegaFon was not found.
MTS — I don't know
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Prohibition of outgoing SMS:
*#33*PW*16#@ — check status
**33*PW*16#@ — installation of the ban
#33*PW*16#@ — the lifting of the ban
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PW — network password, usually 0000 or 1234. If you don't want to know in KC.
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