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What is the Meaning of This Number is No Longer in a Service Text Message?
When you receive an error text saying that the number is no longer in service this text is actually an automatic set up by the network provider to inform you that the number is not active and no longer in service. We all get confused when we receive such text and wonder what could have actually gone wrong. This is not the only reason that you receive such text, there are many other reasons behind receiving the text ‘The number is no longer in service’. Some of them are listed below.
What are the reasons behind receiving the text that the number is no longer in service?
Clearly, by now you know what does it means by the text that the number is no longer in service but there can be many other reasons other than that as well. It means that the number has been disconnected by the carrier network due to the nonpayment of the phone bill. It may also mean that the phone number is no longer in existence or maybe you have been tricked by the recipient. We have explained them below:
1. The recipient might have tricked you.
There are chances that the person you are trying to reach is tricking you to believe that their phone number is no longer in the service text message, however, that’s a false notice. Many people nowadays do this in order to ignore phone calls or they do not want to confront you or talk to you send a false message whenever you try to reach them saying that the number is no longer in the notice. To confirm that the number is actually not in service you can use another phone number to call or send a text message on that very contact and if you connect with the number successfully unlike when you were using the former phone number then it clearly means that the person you are trying to reach is lying to you and want to trick you in believing that their number is no longer in service by sending those text
2. The recipient might have been blocked by the network provider.
In the majority of cases when one receives a message saying that the number is no longer in service is because the recipient’s number has been blocked by the network provider. There are high chances that network provider disables their services to a particular number due to unsettled bills. Due to non-payment of Bills such as phone call bills, internet bills many network service providers shunt or restrict the particular number and which is why your calls and text messages might not go through to the recipient’s phone number. In most cases when you will try to reach the number you are most likely to hear that this number is no longer in service or the phone number is blocked, it is automatically given out by the network providers. If we put it in other words when you receive such error text or here warnings you are not blocked by the receiver or you have not blocked the person beforehand but rather the network provider did.
3. Poor network reception
There are chances when you are trying to connect to a person through a phone call or message due to poor network reception. This means that the person is in no network zone or there is very poor network coverage and the network providers inform you by sending the error message saying that the number is no longer in service. What you can do to confirm this is that you can wait for a while until the person gets within a location or environment with good network coverage and then you can try contacting them if your calls go through their number which means the number is in service. One can actually go through such misunderstandings when the receipt is in a poor network area and receive the error message while trying to reach someone via text messages or calls.