Opt-out of receiving promotional communications "Beeline"

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Good afternoon.
Maybe someone knows how to refuse/disable receiving service messages (SMS) advertising content from Beeline? The frequency of their occurrence on the screen has already exceeded all reasonable limits of patience.
Thank you.
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Call the customer service centre helped me out.
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))) That just recently was going to call in MegaFon for the same reasons. To 20 such messages a day — is somewhat annoying.
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Called into a Megaphone on the same question... Said — we need to come to the office and write a statement to Go... I was too lazy and I scored :-)
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Service "Chameleon", you can disable using the SIM menu, or via the abon.service.
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You can try the command to *110*20#
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To see the Federal Law "On advertising", namely amendments that brought about a miracle...
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Call your carrier and politely ask them to abandon any type of a mailing with advertising... i.e. to put before the fact, namely, referring to clause 3 ", the Sender shall immediately discontinue the mailing address of the person who addressed to the sender or advertiser with the request to stop mailing". Usually they just disable the "service" and everything is quite politely and quickly :)
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The service is called "Chameleon". To disable call 0684700000.
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With Beeline here's a recent story. Came chameleon messages, accidental pressing, of course, was paid the money, joined regular services. In addition, repeatedly connected on both free and paid services promotions.
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Opposition:
1. Recruited 0611, go to the operator.
2. Find out the list of connected pay and free services (what services and when connected).
3. Without losing self-control, please disable all (or don't need, or something that was not ordered..), including subscription through a chameleon. The operator will disconnect the service myself or give short numbers for independent manipulation. Please TURN on "the REFUSAL of PROMOTIONS" (nice, huh?) — these are services that connect a subscriber without his knowledge and consent.
4. Please switch to... don't remember the name... the person who deals with claims. Politely demand to return the money that was deducted for chameleonesque requests and subscriptions (will return all but those subscriptions which are needed to send SMS to short number), to return the money charged for services that were connected on promotions (return all). Required to stop sending you for any messages of a commercial nature.
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The result:
Nervo have spent 10-15 minutes.
The money was returned to the account.
Further nor any concrete... SMS spam can for a while to stop.
Chameleon may someactivity when switching phones.
Promotions you are not affected before the change of rate, then, most likely, it will be necessary again to call the operator.
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The idea that my life is quite eventful and I don't want to waste time confusing promotions, rates, services... to monitor them, to get them off... I was not able to convey to the operator.
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