Looking for a way to check all phone numbers registered on your Aadhaar card? A portal launched by the Department Telecommunications (DoT) allows individuals to check how many phone numbers are registered on their Aadhaar number. The portal initially consumers in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It is inherently helpful if you want to block any connections that no exist. A phone number registered against your Aadhaar number can also help you expedite the Know Your Customer (KYC) process required by banks and various government agencies.

The DoT launched the Telecommunications Fraud Management and Consumer Protection Analysis (TAFCOP) portal in April, allowing telecommunications users to search for all phone numbers registered against their Aadhaar numbers. The portal is currently only available in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, although the DoT mentioned that it will soon be extended to all consumers in the country.

According to the FAQ page, the TAFCOP portal is designed to “help subscribers check the number mobile connections working on their behalf and take necessary steps to regulate their additional mobile connections, if any.”

The DoT’s guidelines allow each user to register up to nine mobile connections. After this number is exceeded, each new connection purchased under the same name will be considered a bulk connection for commercial purposes. Therefore, you should check the count from the TAFCOP portal. this is possible.

How to Check All Registered Phone Numbers Against Your Aadhaar Number

Below are the steps you can take to check all the phone numbers registered against your Aadhaar number.

  1. click Request a one-time password button.

  2. Enter the OTP you received on your phone and tap confirmed.

  3. The TAFCOP Portal will now show you the number associated with your Aadhaar Number.

The portal also allows users to report whether these numbers are used or not needed.

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