In 2018, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology’s Department of Telecommunication (DoT) raised the number of mobile connections per person. It has increased the number by 18, with nine SIMs for regular mobile connections and the remaining nine for M2M (Machine to Machine) communications. The device producer is responsible for preinstalled M2M, according to the standards for comprehensive subscriber verification.
If the device is transferred to another user, the end-user should also update the subscriber information. The Department of Transportation took this effort in 2019 to establish the Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection (TAF-COP) portal website to assist subscribers. The Minister for Electronics and Information Technology, Ravi Shankar Prasad, made it essential for all mobile customers to link their Aadhaar numbers to their SIM cards in 2019.
Here’s how to figure out how many SIM cards are linked to your Aadhaar card:
- Step 1: To begin, open the Link in your browser.
- Step 2: Subscribers with more than 9 connections will receive an SMS notification.
- Step 3: Subscribers can use the link supplied in step 1 to check the status of numerous connections.
- Step 4: They can now access the portal by entering their mobile number in the login box.
- Step 5: Then, in the “Request Status” box, enter the “Ticket ID Ref No.”
- Step 6: Now you may see if your Aadhaar card has been used to issue any mobile numbers.
- Step 7: An OTP will be produced after you access the link and provide your cellphone number.
- Step 8: Finally, you may see a list of all the SIM cards you’ve bought with your Aadhaar number.
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