Mobile numbers do not Disconnect if not linked to Aadhaar

Link Aadhaar With Mobile Number, Waiting for the Supreme Court Judgment

Yes, The mobile numbers do not disconnection if it not linked to Aadhaar. It says the DoT (department of telecommunications) secretary Aruna Sundararajan. She says that the telecom dept is waiting for Supreme Court judgment on the Aadhaar issue to decide on Aadhaar-Mobile linking.

“We are also working on alternatives for people who are abroad (to help them link their mobile number with Aadhaar),” Aruna Sundararajan said.

The central government had earlier warned that mobile services would be canceled if they did not link with Aadhaar before the coming February. But now, department of telecommunications secretary Aruna Sundararajan says that the telecom department is waiting for Supreme Court judgment on the Aadhaar issue to decide on Aadhaar-Mobile linking.

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The telecom minister Manoj Sinha said that “We are trying to bring a new telecom policy by February. For this, the working group has started the process. We expect a high-level committee working on it to finalize draft by end of December and place it for public comments,”.

Lots of peoples are linked Aadhaar with mobile number. For that they need to visit the particular telecom service center and give them there Aadhaar biometric informations for linking mobile number with Aadhaar. Already lots of media’s reports that the central government is taking this Aadhaar link with mobile number issue seriously and they will make new methods to ease the process of linking mobile number with Aadhaar.

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From December 1, mobile numbers will be linked to Aadhaar without providing biometric information like fingerprints or pictures of the eye etc. That is the Unique Identification Authority (UIDAI) will create a new facility for customers to link with mobile number and Aadhaar anywhere with the one-time password.

 

Updated: November 10, 2017 — 6:59 pm

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