How to Check if Mobile Number is Registered with your Aadhaar Card

Having mobile number registered with Aadhaar is extremely essential to avail online Aadhaar Services. Your mobile number is captured with your Aadhaar while Aadhaar Enrolment as it would be mentioned on your Aadhaar Enrolment Form.

If in case if you have kept the mobile number space blank in your Aadhaar Enrolment Form, than the operator would skip entering your mobile number in your Aadhaar Card.

In case if you are unaware about the mobile number registered with your Aadhaar Card, than in such case how to know your mobile number registered with Aadhaar Card we will be going to explain to you in this post.

First of All lets us know the benefits of having mobile number registered with your Aadhaar Card.

Benefits of Having Mobile Number Registered with Aadhaar Card
  1. Download e-Aadhaar Online
  2. Check Aadhaar Status
  3. Update Aadhaar Online
  4. Complete OTP Authentications
Steps on How to Check if Mobile Number is Registered with your Aadhaar Card
  • To check if you’re mobile number is registered with your Aadhaar Card just visit UIDAI Website by going to https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/
  • Select I have Aadhaar, enter in your 12 digit Aadhaar Number, Full Name, and Pin Code.
  • Enter the captcha image and click on get one time password.
  • On next prompt if mobile number is registered with your Aadhaar it will show you the last four digits mobile registered with mobile number.
How to Check if Mobile Number is Registered with your Aadhaar Card
  • So now you know which mobile number of yours is registered with your Aadhaar.
  • To proceed downloading your Aadhaar, you can just click on confirm button.
  • You would receive one time password on your registered mobile number.
  • Enter the received otp in enter otp and click on validate and download button.
  • Your Aadhaar would get downloaded.
  • If mobile number is not registered with your Aadhaar Card than you can follow the below process to get your mobile registered with your Aadhaar.
How to Register Mobile Number with Aadhaar Card if Not Present
  • To register your mobile number with your Aadhaar just run to Aadhaar Enrolment Center with your Aadhaar Card.
  • Fill up the Aadhaar Update Form present at the center.
  • Submit the form at the center and get your mobile number updated with your Aadhaar Card.

Is it true, as we keep hearing in media that Aadhaar data was breached?

Aadhaar database has never been breached during last 7 years of its existence. Data of all Aadhaar holders is safe and secure. Stories around Aadhaar data breach are mostly cases of miss-reporting.

Is it true, as we keep hearing in media that Aadhaar data was breached?

UIDAI uses advanced security technologies to keep your data safe and secure and keeps upgrading them to meet emerging security threats and challenges.

How has Aadhaar benefited the Common Man?

Aadhaar has benefited a common person in innumerable ways. Foremost with a credible identity. Aadhaar has empowered by now more than 119 crore residents with a verifiable identity.

How has Aadhaar benefited the Common Man?

Today the fact is that Aadhaar inspires more confidence and trust than any other identity document in India. For e.g. if you are an employer which identity document will you prefer from your prospective employees? Or just ask your household help, driver, poor living in slums and villages as to how they are using Aadhaar to prove their identity to get jobs, open bank accounts, for rail travel, and to get various entitlements and Govt. benefits directly into their bank accounts without middlemen. Ask them and they will tell you how empowered they are by having Aadhaar.

Why are some agencies not accepting eAadhaar and insist on Original Aadhaar?

eAadhaar (downloaded Aadhaar) from UIDAI website is as legally valid as original Aadhaar issued by UIDAI. Both should be acceptable by all agencies.

Why are some agencies not accepting eAadhaar and insist on Original Aadhaar?

In fact downloaded eAadhaar/ mAadhaar has updated address etc. of the Aadhaar holders and therefore should be preferable. If anyone refuses to accept downloaded eAadhaar, the Aadhaar holder may lodge complaints with higher authorities of those departments/ agencies.

Do NRIs need Aadhaar for Mobile, PAN, Banking and other Services?

Aadhaar is only for residents of India. NRIs are not eligible to get Aadhaar. The respective service providers like banks and mobile companies have laid down NRI-specific exemptions.

Do NRIs need Aadhaar for Mobile, PAN, Banking and other Services?

NRIs should simply tell the banks and other service providers such as credit card companies etc. that they are not required to provide Aadhaar Numbers by virtue of being non-resident Indians.

Do Mobile Company Store Biometrics Taken at the Time of SIM Verification, and can it be used for any other purpose later?

No this is absolutely false, no one including mobile companies can store or use your biometrics which was taken at the time of Aadhaar re-verification. The biometrics are encrypted as soon as Aadhaar holder places his finger on the fingerprint sensor and this encrypted data is sent to UIDAI for verification.

Do Mobile Company Store Biometrics Taken at the Time of SIM Verification, and can it be used for any other purpose later?

Regulation 17(1)(a) of Aadhaar (Authentication) regulations 2016, strictly prohibits any requesting entity which includes mobile phone companies banks etc. from storing, sharing or publishing the fingerprints for any reason whatsoever and neither shall it retain any copy of such fingerprints. Any violation of this provision is a punishable offense under the Aadhaar Act 2016.

Why Should I Verify and Link my Mobile Numbers with Aadhaar Card?

For your own security and security of country it is necessary to verify identity of all mobile subscribers and link them with Aadhaar to weed out mobile numbers being operated by fraudsters, money launderers criminals etc.

Why Should I Verify and Link my Mobile Numbers with Aadhaar Card?

It has been found that most criminals and terrorists get SIM cards issued in the name of fictitious and even real people without knowledge and use them for committing frauds and crime.
When every mobile number is verified and linked with Aadhaar, then fraudsters, criminals and terrorist using mobiles can be easily identified and punished in accordance with law.