Utility: How many sims have been issued on your Aadhaar card? Click here to know whether someone has misused


Aadhaar has become one of the most important documents in our life. It is needed while opening a bank account or getting a WiFi connection or for other purposes. As it is required for almost every purpose, it can be misused and we may remain unaware that our Aadhar card has been misused by someone.

So, to find out if anyone has used your Aadhar card to get a SIM card, the government has launched a portal. With the help of this, you will be able to check how many SIMs are registered in your name and how many are still active.

The Department of Telecom has launched a portal named TAFCOP (Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection), in which you can easily find out how many mobile numbers are registered in your name.


In 2018, the department increased the number of per capita mobile connections to 18. This includes 9 SIMs for normal mobile usage and the remaining 9 SIMs for M2M (Machine to Machine) communication.

Here's how to find out the active SIM card issued for your Aadhar card:

Step 1: Visit tafcop.dgtelecom.gov.in

Step 2: Enter your mobile number and click on 'Request OTP'

Step 3: This will take you to the OTP panel.

Step 4: Enter OTP and then click on 'Validate'.

Step 5: Now you can see the mobile number/sim card issued against your Aadhaar

You can also report any unknown number in the list, just click on the left check box and report that number. You should also connect to the telecom service provider to block the number.