This is very important to know that how many SIMs are registered on your CNIC. In this blog post, we will show you how to check that. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) SIM information system enables users to check the numbers of registered SIMs against their National Identity Card (CNIC) number. You can see which company how many SIMs are registered on your CNIC like Zong: 2, Ufone: 1, Telenor:2 and so on.
According to Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), you can register only 5 SIM cards on your CNIC and if you want to register more SIM cards on your CNIC, you will need to block your existing SIM from those 5 first.
In this blog post, we will explain two basic methods to check how many SIMs are registered on your CNIC. the first one is to visit the PTA SIM Information website and the second is through SMS.
Check How Many SIMs Are Registered on Your CNIC through Website:
- First of all, visit the PTA’s SIM information website from here
- The website will be open where it will ask you to enter your CNIC number
- Enter your CNIC number without dashes, check the Recaptcha option and click on Submit button.
- In case if you are a Foreign Nationals, click on Foreign ID then enter Foreign ID, check the Recaptcha option and click on Submit button.
- The website will redirect you to the next page where you will see the numbers of SIM Card registered on your CNIC number. You will see the number tables with the SIM card company-wise.
- Thats’ it.
Check How Many SIMs Are Registered on Your CNIC through SMS:
- The second and easiest way to know about Registered SIM Cards against your CNIC is by sending SMS to 668 from your mobile number. Here is how to do that.
- Type a new message from your Mobile Phone and enter your CNIC number without dashes and send it to 668.
- After sending the message, you will receive a detailed message about Registered SIM card numbers against your CNIC.
So you have checked all the details of the registered SIM card against your CNIC right. If you think there is something wrong with the registered numbers on your CNIC, please visit your nearest Mobile Operator customer service center branch for further inquiry.