According to the latest data from the Telecommunications Authority of India (TRAI), Airtel is one of the largest telecom operators in India and has the second largest market share in wireless users. As of January 31, 2021, Airtel has added 5.8 million new wireless users, the highest among other major telecom operators in India (including Reliance Jio, Vodafone and BSNL). Airtel offers a range of services for its prepaid and postpaid subscribers, one of which is caller tone or Airtel calls it “Hello Tunes”. Just like caller’s music, “Hello Tunes” (caller) allows your caller to hear any music you choose until you answer the call, instead of ringing.
Airtel customers will need the Wynk music app to set up Hello Tune. It should be noted that prepaid customers with unlimited plans will be able to set up Hello Tune for free. Other prepaid customers will need to pay Rs. On the 19th of every month, only the Hello Tune service is enabled. With this in mind, we have put together a step-by-step guide on how to set up Hello Tune for your Airtel number.
How to activate Hello Tune/Caller Tuning for Airtel prepaid and postpaid customers
Register with your Airtel phone number and enter OTP.
On the home screen, tap Airtel Hellotunes The icon in the upper right corner.
Here, you can browse or search for your favorite songs.
Tap the song and select Activate for free.
Your Airtel Hello Tune is now set up. The selected songs are valid for 30 days from the day of activation, and users with unlimited plans can renew the music for free. You can also change the pitch at any time.
Airtel Hello Tunes cannot be set by USSD code or hotline number, so non-smart 4G phone users (such as feature phone users) will make the whole process more tedious. They will have to transfer their SIM card to the smartphone, set up “Hello Tune” using the Wynk Music app, and then return the SIM card to the non-smart phone. Phones with 4G and higher connectivity can have Hello Tunes.
To disable Hello Tunes on your Airtel number, click the hamburger menu in the upper left corner of the Wynk Music app> Manage Hellotune > Three-point menu Next to the current “Hello” music> Stop Hellotune > Stop Hellotune > complete.
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