Spam from beeline(?) on iPhone


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Hi all. Today got rid of a small mammoth from the 2003 and pulled from the shelves iPhone 2g.
Once inserted a SIM card from Pchelina received a notice from Ala:

'Free! all day can only dream of is becoming available the night'
To Cancel Make.

The damn thing has not come as SMS and I don't even know what.
As a call is incoming right...

How to get rid of it? What is it called? This Beeline?

Before this phone came from USA and Simcoe for a couple of years of use never seen (in the States of course)!
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This wonderful service from Beeline called Chameleon, he somehow searched the information about her trip, and found Exler's
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I was helped by the magic number *110*20#
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It comes not as a text but as a service message.
Suggest googling the codes turn off all advertising services.
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ICB (Interactive Cell Broadcast) technology for broadcasting short messages to user terminals which allows the subscriber to immediately obtain information or download content in the interactive query mode by pressing a single key.
In our reality of course is used by the operator for sending spam: one wrong move and you bought the service.
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Most interesting is that even after you set this "clever"combination of spam(advertising) is still coming!
Pulled Up The Beeline!
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Probably depends on the region, or I was just lucky.
In Novosibirsk Beeline comes nothing (the second number), in contrast to the MTSA, for example.
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Depending on your phone model, search for the menu something like "Sim menu". There is a "Chameleon", you can disable it.
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In any case, to disable services better — through the control panel on the website.
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And for good, you should write them a letter demanding to stop any promotional mailing to your room (according to the Law "About advertising" seems article 185 clause 3, in the case of notifications the operator shall immediately stop sending you blah blah blah).
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So I cut everything except the useful SMS and USSD-requests :)
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