How to Find Your Phone Numbers Linked With Aadhaar Card

The Aadhaar Card is a very important document in India and most Indian citizen has their own Aadhaar Card. It contains 12 12-digit numbers as well as a person’s photo, and other biometric details like a fingerprint. However, the Aadhaar Card is also linked with a mobile number. It is also a very important thing, especially for banking purposes. You only have one number linked with your Aadhaar Card but you can issued multiple SIM cards using the Aadhaar Card.

It means, that if you have an Aadhaar Card then you can issued all the company’s SIM cards and use them on your smartphone. Here someone uses your Aadhaar Card details and issues a SIM. It is a big problem because they can use this SIM card anywhere for any work. But this SIM is issued in your name because the person uses your Aadhaar Card. For this, the Indian government started a portal where users can find and see all the numbers liked with Aadhaar. You may use one number or two but you should check if someone uses a new number with your name or not. It is a pretty important step and we definitely need to care about it.

How to Find Phone Numbers Liked with Your Aadhaar Easily

Indian government started the Sanchar Saathi portal and it started in this year May 2023. The main target for this portal is for Indian citizens to increase the awareness and mobile subscribers of the Department of Telecommunications. It also shows the full report of lost and stolen mobile phones and the mobile connections with the name as well. So, you can get lots of information with this portal. The best part of this Sanchar Saathi portal is, if you see some unknown number then you can block it with a single click. We will discuss it later in detail with the step-by-step. So, let’s start.

Necessary Steps You Need to Follow to Check the Mobile Number

Now, we going to share the step-by-step process that you need to follow. Once you complete those steps, you will able to check all the mobile numbers that are linked to your Aadhaar Card.

  1. First, you need to open a browser [recommended Chrome] and visit the Sanchaar Saathi website.
  2. You need to scroll down a little and then come to “Citizen Centric Services“.
  3. Then you can see two buttons where you need to click on “Know Your Mobile Connections”.
  4. Now, you need to type a 10-digit mobile number fill in the captcha, and validate it.
  5. Then you need to request an OTP and enter it to log in. Make sure that the OTP comes the number to which your Aadhaar Card is linked with.
  6. After logging in, you can see all the numbers associated with your Aadhaar Card. If you see some unknown number then it means someone uses your Aadhaar Card to issue a SIM card.
  7. The portal gives you three options for action. First “Not My Number”, second “Not Required”, and third “Required”.
  8. If you see that the number is unknown then you need to click on Not My Number and report. Rest option you can choose the number you actively use then mark it Required and if not necessary then choose Not Required.

Those are the steps you need to follow. As you can see, it is pretty simple to check the number that is linked to your Aadhaar card.

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How Long Does It Take to Remove the Reported Number of My Aadhaar Card?

The number that you report as “Not Required” and “Not My Number” will be removed completely from your Aadhaar Card within the next 60 days. But there are three stages available. The outgoing service will blocked within 30 days, incoming services will stop within 45 days and the complete mobile connection will stop in the next 60 days.

How Many SIM Cards Do I Use on My Aadhaar Card?

According to the regulation of the Telecom Department of India, a single person can use a maximum of 9 mobile numbers. It means you only can use nine different company SIM cards with your Aadhaar Card. But some of the state has more restrictions such as the Jammu and Kashmir and North states. Here the citizen can use a maximum of six SIM cards. If you cross the limit then the service provider can block your number and disconnect from their service.

Final Words

In this post, we try to guide you step-by-step to find the numbers that are linked to your Aadhaar Card. Also, we share how you can report the unknown number easily. I hope this article is pretty helpful and if yes then kindly share it with your friends and on your social media platform. Also, follow us on our social media handles. Lastly thanks for coming and reading this post.

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