Please refer to the steps below Click the Docs button on the bottom of the screen. Select MY PROFILE from the top right. You profile opens up, select CHANGE NUMBER now. Enter your Old Phone number and your New Phone number in the locations provided, do not forget to select country next to each number. [...]
Do you have stress, work pressure, relationship problems, then you talk to qualified counselors from iCALL. If you have any medical questions then you ask questions to experienced doctors. Do you have pets and are worried about their diet, nutrition and behaviour, talk to our specialists. The nULTA App brings all these professionals to you [...]
iCALL is a non-profit organisation run by TISS (Tata Institute of Social Sciences) the premier educational institute in India. For counselling, relationship advice and help with things worrying you; a fully qualified and trained counsellor from iCALL will answer you.
We only need your name and mobile number, to get you registered with the nULTA app. You will also get notified through SMS when the doctor responds to your query.
It's pretty simple as following these 3 Steps Download and install our app from http://onelink.to/nulta Enter your phone number while registering Ask questions from expert
Absolutely. Your information is personal and is safe to share with nULTA as we take care of your privacy very seriously. When you use our services, it is our duty to protect it with a comprehensive security infrastructure and stringent data policies. Your interactions with counsellors and doctors on nULTA are safe, private, and secure.
The duration of one consultation is for 45mins. The consultation will be closed once it crosses 45mins.
It’s free to sign up and create an account on nULTA. There is only a small consultation fee of when you ask questions to a counsellor or any professionals.
No, nULTA is designed to handle non-emergency medical issues. This app is only for the problems that can be solved by the general doctor. In case of a medical life-threatening emergency, it is always recommended to rush to the hospital or call an ambulance.
Doctors provide medication based on the patient's query and the type of sickness.