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How To Check Linked SIM With Aadhaar Card

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Smartphones and Aadhaar card are the two most important factors of our life as without a smartphone we cannot able to get connected with our near and dear ones and the Aadhaar card is the most important document in the country.

Smartphones require a SIM card to get connected and the same can be gained using a valid document which proves your identity and we usually produce an Aadhaar card to get a new connection.

If you are someone who wants to check how many SIM cards are taken using your Aadhaar card then this article is meant for you as today I will guide you the way which will enable you to check linked SIM cards with your Aadhaar Card. Without making any further delay let’s get into the article to check out the guide.

How to check the linked SIM cards with Aadhaar card

Step 1: First of all, you need to open your favourite browser on your device and go to the tafcop.dgtelecom.gov.in.

Step 2: Now you need to enter your 10-digit mobile number in the required field.

Step 3: After that, you need to “Request OTP”.

Step 4: Then enter the received the OTP.

Step 5: Now simply click on the Submit button and that will bring you the result.

That’s it! This is how you can able to check the linked SIM cards with your Aadhaar Card.

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Written by Akhil

Love to play with latest technology and gadgets and always been curious and mystic about the tech world. Always wanting to update with anything that is useful and beneficial to people in general. Manages multiple blogs and portals...

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