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How to Check SIM on CNIC: A Guide for Pakistanis

How to Check SIM on CNIC: A Guide for Pakistanis

How to Check SIM on CNIC: A Guide for Pakistanis

How to Check SIM on CNIC: A Guide for Pakistanis

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Protecting your personal information is crucial, especially with the rise of mobile crimes. For mobile phone users in Pakistan, it’s important to keep track of the number of SIM cards registered under your Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC).

Here, we offer easy ways to check your SIM registration status and ensure the security of your identity.

Method 1: Check SIM Registration Online

Discover the number of SIM cards linked to your CNIC effortlessly with our online method:

-Visit the official PTA-endorsed website, cnic.sims.pk.

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-Input your CNIC number.

-Verify and click “Submit.”

-Instantly view registered SIM card details.

Method 2: Verify SIM Registration via SMS

For a quick check on your registered SIMs, utilize the SMS method:

-Compose a message with your CNIC number (without spaces or dashes).

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-Send it to 668.

-Receive an SMS detailing your registered SIMs. (Charges: Rs. 2 + tax)

Discover All Registered SIM Numbers on Your ID Card Uncover all SIMs tied to your CNIC with ease:

-Subscribers of Jazz, Warid, Telenor, Ufone, and Zong can access this service.

-Choose between online or SMS methods (as explained in Method 1 or Method 2).

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Checking SIM Information with a Number

Retrieve SIM details, including name and charges, swiftly:

-Follow these steps if you’re a Zong, Jazz, Ufone, or Telenor user.

-Compose a message with your CNIC number.

-Send it to 668. (Charges: Rs. 2 + tax)

Understanding SIM Registration Limits Stay informed about the maximum SIM registration limits set by PTA:

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-GSM users can register up to five SIM cards and three data SIMs on their CNIC.

What to Do If Your SIM Is Misused?

Take immediate action if you suspect SIM misuse:

-Contact your network provider to report the issue and request SIM blocking.

-Lodge a complaint with PTA via email at [email protected].

Remain vigilant about your SIM card registrations to prevent identity misuse. Follow these straightforward methods to monitor and safeguard your mobile connections in Pakistan. Stay safe and secure!

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