Has someone else wrongly taken out your SIM card from your Aadhaar? You can turn it off by detecting it. Know what is its method.
The case of fraudulently extracting SIM card cards is increasing rapidly. Because of this, the unauthorized use of SIM cards has also increased significantly. However, you can check who has fraudulently removed the SIM in your name.
A website was released by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) in this regard. This is a very useful website. With this, the number of SIMs issued to your Aadhaar can be found. If you think that a SIM has been removed incorrectly, then you can also get it turned off.
Here we are talking about the tafcop.dgtelecom.gov.in portal. This website was released by DoT. With this, it can be checked how many SIMs have been issued to their Aadhar card. Apart from this, a request can be made to turn off any unauthorized SIM from here.
The complete method is explained here. For this, you have to go to tafcop.dgtelecom.gov.in. After that, you must enter your active phone number. Following this, an OTP will be sent to your mobile number.
You will then be shown a list of all the numbers that have been issued on your Aadhar card. Here you can also request the closure of a number. For this, you have to click on the option given in front of the number.
Let us tell you that this website of DoT is currently available only for the customers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It is believed that soon it will be released for the rest of the states of India as well. However, it may take some time. But at present, customers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh can take advantage of this.