Last Updated on February 22, 2024 by Saddam Hassan Khan
Online PTA Sim Verification and Information System are available here. Now you can check and track the details of the registered SIMs on your CNIC number. PTA 668 introduced a verification system to get all the SIM information on mobile network SIMs that you own. So it’s an easy way to block unwanted SIMs in your name. This method is very easy and simple; you don’t need to check all networks one by one, and you can verify and get all network SIM information at once.
You can check and track the SIMs of all networks, like Ufone, Zong, Telenor, Warid, Jazz, and Mobilink. A SIM card is a small, removable memory card that stores information like your contacts and text messages. You need to register your SIM card with your service provider to use it. This process usually takes a few minutes and can be done online or over the phone. By registering your SIM card, you’re essentially telling your service provider who you are and where you’re located. This information is used for billing purposes and to help ensure that you’re getting the best possible service.
PTA SIM Verification 668 Method
How do I verify a PTA SIM? Two different methods are available: SMS verification and the Online SIM Information System. You can choose any of them.
- PTA 668 SMS Verification
- PTA SIM verification 668 Website
SMS SIM Verification System
The SMS Sim Verification System is easy and convenient. Just open your mobile phone message box, type your CNIC number without dashes, and send it to 668. Within a few seconds, a message will appear from 668 and provide you with details of the SIMs that are registered against your CNIC number.
Online PTA SIM Information 668
PTA SIM verification through the website is an easy way. The government launched an online information system. Everyone is conscious nowadays of fake SIM registration. Just visit the PTA SIM Verification Website Enter the tour CNIC number without dashes and click on verify; all the details against your CNIC will be shown. Now you can easily verify how many SIMs you use and how many are spare or illegally registered in your name. Just visit that company franchise and ask them to block that SIM from your name. Because new or illegal SIMs registered on your CNIC could be harmful to you.
If you want to keep this sim, ignore it; otherwise, contact your concerned mobile operator’s customer service centre or franchise, or dial the helpline along with the original CNIC to close your unnecessary sim.