Check the number of numbers assigned to your Aadhaar
It is very important to know all the information relating to your Aadhaar so that it cannot be misused. Sometimes the SIM card is lost due to the theft or dropping of the cell phone, and your SIM card may be misused. The Department of Telecommunications has launched a new portal through which users can now check the number of mobile phone numbers issued on their Aadhar card.Also Read – Latest Aadhaar Map Update: How To Update Your Name And Mobile Phone Number To The Regional Language Of Your Aadhaar Map | To concern
According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), it is also important that you know how many mobile numbers are linked to your Aadhaar number. So that you know that your Aadhaar number is not being misused. To find out how many numbers are linked to the Aadhar card, your mobile number must be linked to it. Also Read – Aadhaar Card Address, Name & Phone Number Updated: Government Makes Big Announcement
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has made a big update to its website. Thanks to this new DoT service, you will now be able to easily check how many mobile numbers are registered with your Aadhaar number. The DoT recently launched a portal, called Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection (TAFCOP), which allows users to verify all phone numbers linked to their Aadhaar card. In such situation, if you do not use any SIM card, you can disconnect it. Also Read – How To Download Aadhaar Map Without Registered Cell Phone Number; Explain
âThe Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has taken several measures to ensure an appropriate allocation of telecommunications resources by telecommunications service providers (TSPs) to subscribers and to protect their interests by ensuring fraud reduction. According to existing guidelines, individual mobile subscribers can register up to nine mobile connections on their behalf, âreads theâ About âsection of the TAFCOP portal.
The portal further states: âThis website has been developed to assist subscribers, check the number of mobile connections working on their behalf and take the necessary steps to regularize their additional mobile connections, if any. However, the primary responsibility for processing the Customer Acquisition Form (CAF) rests with the service providers.
Step by step guide to check how many mobile numbers are registered with Aadhaar card –
- Go to the Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection portal website https://tafcop.dgtelecom.gov.in/.
- Now enter your contact number.
- Then click on the âRequest an OTPâ tab.
- Now enter the OTP number you received.
- Then all the numbers linked to your Aadhaar number will be displayed on the site.
- From these numbers, users can flag and block numbers they don’t use or no longer need.