In a bid to shed its past image of late and slow lacking modern facilities, Indian Railways has recently introduced several changes to provide better travel experience for its passengers. Of many path- breaking changes, one is a Wakeup Call-Destination Alert Facility, wherein, travellers will get an alert when their destination station arrives, said an OdishaTV report. According to the report, passengers will be able to activate the backup call-destination alert facility on their PNR by calling 139. The feature, named as ‘Destination Alert’, will send an alert passengers’ mobile, registered while booking the ticket, before the destination station arrives.
To activate this facility, passengers would have to type ‘Alert’ besides quoting their ‘PNR number’ and forward it to 139. They can also call up 139, choose the language and then dial 7. After dialing 7, the passengers will ned to quote their PNR number to activate the service. Read More
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