February is to end now and 31st March 2018 will also be coming soon. By March 31, if your mobile number is not linked to the Aadhaar Card, your number will be closed. Many of you will be those who have linked the base to a mobile number but the question is whether or not your number is actually linked to the Aadhaar Card, how will it be known? So let us tell you how to do it.
Find out by dialing this number
In fact, the government had asked verification of all telecom companies from mobile users through OTP from January 1, 2018, to OTP. For this, a toll-free number 14546 has been issued ie you can dial this number by dialing your mobile number to find out if your Aadhaar Card is linked to mobile or not.
Also, you can also tell that even if your Aadhaar number is linked to mobile but it is mandatory to do verification again. By dialing the number 14546, you can get your verification done. After dialing this number you will be asked the Aadhaar Number and after that, an OTP will come to your mobile number and you will be asked for OTP. After dialing the OTP, your mobile number will be verified or not verified.
Senior Citizens Can Check by this Link at Home
Airtel has also made live online mobile verification for senior citizens, NRIs, and Divisions. Now the mobile number can be verified from Aadhaar number from Airtel’s website sitting in the house. This service is for citizens of more than 70 years of age. For this, customers have to go to https://www.airtel.in/verify-mobile-for-aadhaar-reverification or airtel.in and follow the stated steps. The procedure for Senior Citizens, Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and Divisions is the same.
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