SIM Card Biometric Registration Check Online Bangladesh (GrameenPhone, Robi, Airtel, Teletalk)

SIM Card Registration Check Online (GrameenPhone, Robi, Airtel, Teletalk) Biometric SIM

SIM Biometric Registration Check Online 2022 Bangladesh (All SIM Update)

Bangladesh has adopted the Biometric SIM card registration method as a measure for minimizing criminal activities using unidentified and fake SIM cards. However, more than one SIM card can be registered under one NID number. Individuals can be worried about whether his/her SIM card was registered or not. This article will introduce how to do a SIM card registration check. Let’s explore the different options.


How many SIM cards can I register under my name/NID?

According to the Bangladesh government Policy, you can register up to 15 SIM cards under 1 name/NID number. So you have to carefully utilize the number of SIM card registration benefits.

How to perform a SIM card registration check?

Every existing public and private telecom companies have introduced a method to perform SIM card registration for respective NID numbers. Here are the methods for each operator –

There’s a unanimous code for all operators to check SIM card registration. Dial *16001#, then a pop-up will appear on the screen. Enter the last 4 digits of the NID. Press enter and next you’ll receive a message containing the list of phone numbers that are registered under the NID.

BRTC number of sim number notice

Robi Sim Registration Check Online

Robi: For Robi users, dial *1600*3# on a registered SIM under their name. A list of phone numbers registered under that user will appear.

Grameenphone Biometric Registration Check

Grameenphone: If you’re a Grameenphone user, check how many numbers are registered under your name by sending an SMS to 4949 with the text ‘Info’. If you want to check for another person, type “Reg 17 digit NID Number” and send it to 4949 for the SIM card registration check.


Airtel Sim Registration Check Online

Airtel: Dial *121*4444# to check registered phone numbers under your name. If you want to check for a different person, use the unanimous code.

Banglalink Sim Registration Check Online

Banglalink: If you’re a Banglalink SIM user, the USSD code to check registered phone numbers under your name and NID card is *1600*2#’. There is no specified USSD code to check for different NID cards designated by Banglalink. You can use the unanimous the code to perform the SIM check.

TeleTalk Sim Registration Check Online

TeleTalk: For Teletalk users, you can check the SIM numbers registered under your name by typing ‘info’ and send an SMS to 1600.

What if there are unknown numbers registered under my NID number?

After you perform your SIM card registration check and find out one or more unidentified phone numbers that you did not register yourself or you may have lost the SIM card, report to your operator’s customer care service as soon as possible. They will remove the SIM numbers from your name and NID card. If you delay this matter, there is a fear of you being victimized in case someone commits crimes using your SIM card.

Check Total SIM(s) with all numbers

Dial *16001# then reply with Last 4 Digit of ID (NID/Passport/Dribing License etc) or Type Last 4 Digit of ID (NID/Passport/Dribing License etc) and send to 16001

You should always remove unused SIMs from your phone. This helps you avoid problems when you’re using an unfamiliar SIM card. So here's a short summary for you. 

Operator Name

Short Code

Grameenphone (GP)

Write “info” and send 4949


Dial *1600*3#


Dial *1600*2# 


Dial *121*4444#


Write “info” to 1600

SIM Registration Check Online Bangladesh 2022

About SIM Registration FAQ

How can I check my SIM registration in Bangladesh?

Dial *16001#, then a popup will appear on the screen Enter the last four digits of the NID (National ID Number). Enter and then press Next to receive a message containing the names of the people who are registered under the NIDs.

How can I check my SIM registration NID?

To check SIM registration on your NID, Firstly Dial *16001# any mobile operator. Then Enter the last four digits of your National ID number. You’ll receive the number of registered SIMs under the NID. (NID stands for Bangladesh National ID card.)

How do I know how many SIM cards are activated with my ID?

To know how many SIM is registered on your NID dial *16001# and reply 4 digit NID number. BTRC will send an SMS to inform you about how many SIM is registered on your NID.

How can you change sim ownership?

It’s possible to transfer ownership of a SIM card. Only licensed local operators can help you. You will need to submit some documents as proof of residence and a photo ID.

Sim kar name registration

Ha bondhura sim kar name registration jante apni upore dekhano poddoti guli onusoron korte paren.


That’s for SIM Registration Check Online Bangladesh.

Biometric SIM registration was introduced to prevent people from fraudulently using SIM cards and help track them in case of an emergency.

Check your SIM card regularly to see if any unknown numbers are registered under your account. Be extra careful when handling your IT possessions and stay secure.



  2. Dear Concern,

    How can I deactivate my unused SIM?

    Thanks in advance!

    1. Greetings! Thanks for your query. You can deactivate your sim by going to the nearest customer care and tell them you no longer want to use this sim card and the sim will be deactivated by them.

      Moreover, according to new BRTC rule if recharge is not made for 1.5years the sim will be automatically deactivated and the telecom operator will revert your ownership and sell them to a new buyer. Hope you find this comment helpful.

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