Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Re-registration of SIM Card by SMS


As per recent government call all unregistered and illegal SIM card users need to register their mobile phone connection. SMS being already sent to users with unregistered SIM cards and also users with inaccurate registration information. The state minister for Post and Telecommunications, Tarana Halim has asserted that this registration process is only applicable for those mobile phone users whose registration is either absent or disputed. The properly registered users don't need to bother for re-registration.

Re-registration of SIM Card by SMS


The users can register or re-register their SIM by following a simple step. Firstly, go to the message option in your mobile phone then type the full National Id Card number, date of birth, full name and send it to 1600 number for authentication:
NID No<Space>DATE OF BIRTH <Space>NAME
For example: 2698675643123 01 Jan 1985 Mahmud Hasan)
If the details are OK then a confirmation message will be sent to the user. If the information is not in order then the user will be alerted with a return SMS.

The above method is applicable for GSM mobile operators, such as Grameenphone, Robi, Banglalink, Teletalk, and Airtel. The Citycell users can register or re-register their SIM card in the a similar manner as the GSM users but with slight alteration. For Citycell (CDMA) the users need to append an additional "U" before national id number:
U<Space>NID No<Space> DATE OF BIRTH <Space>NAME
For example: U 2698675643123 01 Jan 1985 Mahmud Hasan)
All should register or re-register their SIM card to avoid future disconnection. And there should be spontaneous response from everyone since this registration or re-registration is totally free of cost.

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