How to link Aadhaar with mobile number using IVR: Here's a step-by-step guide

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How to link Aadhaar with mobile number using IVR: Here's a step-by-step guide

Posted on : Wednesday 3rd of January 2018

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New Delhi: The process of re-verification of existing mobile subscribers using Aadhaar has now  become simpler and more convenient.

Major telecom operators like Aitel, Vodafone and Idea are allowing re-verification of mobile number using One Time Password (OTP) based authentication for existing users.

These operators have put in place an OTP based re-verification where subscribers can link their Aadhaar using IVRS on their mobile phone.

Here's how you can link Aadhaar to your mobile number using IVR   

Give a call to 14546 from your registered mobile number

A computerised  voice will ask you if you are Indian or an NRI

Choose your option   

The IVR process will then ask for your consent to link Aadhaar card number with your mobile number

Press the desired option given to you

Now you will have to furnish your 12-digit Aadhaar number and press the desired number to confirm.

As soon as you confirm, you will get an OTP  on your registered mobile phone.

Next, the IVR process will ask for your mobile number.

At this step you will have to give consent to your mobile operator to pick your name, photo, and date of birth from UIDAI records   

After you have agreed to the above step, IVR will read the last four digits of your mobile number to re-confirm your Aadhaar card number

Once, the re-confirmation matches with your details, you will have to  provide the OTP received via SMS

After entering the OTP, you will  have to press 1 to complete the process.

IVR will then prompt that the Aadhaar-based mobile number re-verification process has been successful.

Courtesy : NDTV

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