TRAI finally asked Uninor to help users in porting their numbers in Mumbai and Kolkata and also asked to return their prepaid account balance.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTelecom Regulation Authority of India (TRAI) has finally come up with something good for those disappointed users of Uninor in Mumbai and Kolkata. In an official announcement today, TRAI asked Uninor to issue UPC (Unique Posting Code) for the locations where Uninor stopped their services.\r\n\r\nIn a recent announcement from Supreme Court, Uninor called off its services in Mumbai and Kolkata. Since that time, Customers were trying to find out a way using which they could port their number to a different network and enjoy the same number. Along with it, TRAI asked Uninor to start working to refund the money which was there in the prepaid account of users within next 15 days.\r\n\r\nThis has surely come as a great news specially to those customers who wanted to port their number to other subscriber, but couldn’t do so because they dint have a porting code. TRAI has made it so easy for them now to simply opt out of Uninor and join a network of their choice. TRAI has asked Uninor to publish porting guide in local newspapers as well as Uninor’s website and directed other operators to accept MNP request according to standard rules.