How to Check the Number of SIMs Issued Against Your CNIC

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Here is a step-by-step guide to checking the number of SIMs issued in your name and more.

How to Check the Number of SIMs Issued Against Your CNIC

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In the year 2000, cellular phones started to become a norm for the citizens of Pakistan. Reduced prices and easy access to the general public have led to a sudden increase in the number of cellular subscribers in the coming years.

This was accompanied by the misuse of purposeful technology. Many illegal activities and terrorist attacks were soon link to unregistered SIMs.

To overcome these problems, PTA introduced a modern SIM information system in 2009. This system was designed to keep a digital record of SIM users so that users can check the number of active SIMs issue against their CNIC.

If you are unaware of the number of SIM cards issued against your CNIC or want to verify or block one of them, keep reading.

How many SIMs can be register against a CNIC

First it is important to understand that there is a limit to the number of SIMs that can be found compare to their CNIC. According to the rules laid down by the PTA, an individual can issue a maximum of 5 SIM cards in his own name at a time.

If you already have 5 SIM cards that are register with your CNIC and you want to get a second card, you must first block the previously used SIM card to maintain the consistency of a maximum of 5 SIMs. Have to do it.

How to check the number of active SIMs issued against your CNIC?
If you are unfamiliar with the active SIM cards issue against your CNIC, it is important that you get this information as soon as possible.

There are two easy ways you can:

  1. Through Website:
  • The link will open a webpage that will ask you to enter your information.
  • Enter your CNIC number in the given field.
  • Verify that you are not a robot by checking the box and press ‘Submit’.
  • You will shown a list of the registered SIMs against that particular CNIC in a tabular form.
  • The number of SIMs will be classified operator-wise, and the table will also tell you the total number of SIMs you have registered against your CNIC.
  1. Through SMS:

To find out the number of SIMs registered against your CNIC via SMS, here is a short guide:

  • Open the text message application on your phone.
  • Type in your CNIC number without any hyphens.
  • Once done, send this message to 668.
  • You will soon receive a reply via text message showing you the total number of active SIM cards against each operator issued on your CNIC.
  • Please note that you charged PKR 2 + tax for each SMS that you send to 668.

If you find out that the number of SIMs issued against your CNIC is more than the current number of SIM cards you are using, you must contact the Customer Service Centre of the respective Company Operator.

What is SIM cloning and why should you be aware of it.

The process where one SIM card is copy by transferring the identity information of the clone SIM to another SIM card is called SIM cloning. Once complete, a separate SIM card can be use by another person on a different cellular phone while all data is charged in addition to the original SIM card.

SIM cloning is a common method use by many criminals for illegal activities and calls using someone else’s identity. If someone receives a call from your number that you did not, call the relevant cellular company immediately and file a complaint to block the SIM card working illegally.

PTA Biometric Verification System:

The PTA Biometric Verification System, or BVS for short, is an important step by PTA in monitoring the safety of cellular users and eliminating illegal use of mobile phone connections. With this system you can easily:

Get a duplicate SIM.

Activate or buy a new SIM card.
Change the ownership of a SIM card previously registered under someone else’s CNIC.
Re-verify your SIM card.
Resolve mobile number portability issues.

How to get biometric verification of your SIM card.

To ensure that your register SIM card is not block, you will need to confirm whether you are using a SIM that PTA recognizes. To get a biometric verified SIM, you must first check if the SIM card is register in your name.

How to check SIM owner’s name.

To know the name of the SIM owner, you should follow these simple steps:

Open the text messaging application from your phone.
Send a blank message to 667.
Soon receive a reply text message indicating the name of the SIM owner from whom the message was sent.
How to block SIM cards registered against your CNIC.

If you want to lose a mobile SIM that you do not use, it is best to block it so that you are not responsible for this number against your CNIC. To do this, you must:

Visit the nearest franchisee or customer support office of the respective cellular company.
You need to show your original CNIC and fill out the relevant form which will immediately block your desired number.
Please keep in mind that using an illegal or unregistered SIM card is a crime and comes with consequences. If you are currently using an unregistered SIM card or SIM card in someone else’s name, you should see a solution immediately to avoid getting involve in any criminal activity.

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