Are you looking for information on how to cancel call barring on Vodacom in South Africa? If yes, then you have come to the right place. We have previously produced an article in which we showed you how to activate call barring for Vodacom. That’s great if you need to stop incoming and outgoing calls. Now, what usually happens is that some people struggle when it comes to cancelling Vodacom call barring. The following is how to do it;
How to Disable Call Barring on Vodacom
To cancel call barring for Vodacom in South Africa, you need to take the following steps;
- Dial #330*1111#.
- All call barring will now be deactivated.
Code to deactivate Vodacom Call Barring
The code to deactivate Vodacom call barring is #330*1111#.
Call barring password
The call barring password for Vodacom is 1111.
What happens when I cancel Vodacom call barring?
The moment you cancel call barring for Vodacom, your phone reverts back to normal. That means you will now be able to receive calls. You will also be able to make outgoing calls from your phone.
When should I disable call barring?
Call barring is there for a purpose. It’s supposed to keep distractions away while you are carrying out important tasks. Perhaps you are in a meeting. Or maybe you wish to take a break from it all. Some people use call barring to keep creditors away. Whatever your reasons, call barring is what you should use to give yourself moments of peace.
So, the moment the reason for enabling call barring passes, you should take the time to disable it. Some people tend to forget that they have deactivated part of their phone’s functionality. The result is that they will be off grid for some time. You probably don’t want this to happen to you. That’s why it’s important for you to learn how to cancel call barring on Vodacom. You don’t want to keep your phone barred forever.
Anyway, here is how to send a please call on Vodacom. You may find that information useful should you ever get stranded somewhere. Also read our article on how to block a number on Vodacom. That’s great because it means you don’t have to use call barring to block all calls.