How to Check Sim Cards Issued on Your Aadhaar Card? Step by Step Process

Here's how to check the mobile numbers issued on your Aadhaar card.


It won’t be wrong to say that digital scams through the usage of sim cards are peaking at the moment. Phising has become a common scam practice and despite the laws and regulations, the scammers continue to get away. In today’s time it is important to keep yourself self from the cyber frauds. Having knowledge about your govt and bank issued cards and well as phone sim cards is essential to avoid scams.

Nowadays, scammers have found ways of getting a number of sim cards issued against the Aadhaar card of a particular person without their knowledge. Even the government has started to advise that the general public should avoid using Aadhaar card when a different ID card can be used as a substitute. Many people are unaware about the fact that they can easily check the number of sim cards issued on their Aadhaar card through a simple online procedure.

How to Check Sim Cards Issued on Your Aadhaar Card? Step by Step Process

Step by Step Process to Check Sim Cards Issues on an Aadhaar Card

  1. Visit the official website of Sanchar Sathi:
  2. Click on the “Know Your Mobile Connections” option.
  3. You will be redirected to a new page.
  4. Enter your 10-digit mobile number.
  5. Enter the captcha code.
  6. Enter the OTP (One-Time Password) received on your mobile.
  7. Again, you will be redirected to a new page.
  8. Here, you will find the list of mobile numbers registered with your Aadhaar card.

Also read: Link your Pan Card and Aadhaar Card before 30th June to avoid a Rs 1000 fine

What to do If an Unknown Sim Card is Issued on My Aadhaar Card?

You can use the website of Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection (TAFCOP) to block and report the sim cards which are issued on your Aadhaar card without your permission or knowledge. Below are the steps that you need to follow.

  1. Go to the website:
  2. Enter your mobile number.
  3. Click on “Request OTP.”
  4. Enter the OTP received on your mobile number.
  5. All the phone numbers linked with your Aadhaar card will be displayed.
  6. If any of the numbers are not used by you, you can report and block them.


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