Sanchar Saathi Portal has been launched by Telecom Minister Ashwini Mishra on behalf of the Central Government. Stolen mobiles can be tracked online through this portal. You can also get information about how many SIMs are registered on your mobile number. Sanchar Sathi portal has been made available across the country by the Central Government, from today anyone can easily use this portal. To track a stolen mobile through Sanchar Saathi Portal, you will need to have the IMEI number. Because IMEI number will help in tracking and blocking your stolen mobile phone. It is a unit number of 15 digits. If someone calls from an unregistered mobile, he can be identified.
Now this portal will help in preventing stolen mobile phones. Today we will provide you information related to Sanchar Sathi portal through this article . For more information you will have to read this article in detail till the end.
Sanchar Saathi Portal 2023
The Sanchar Sathi portal by the Government of India was inaugurated by Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnav with consideration for the functionality and personal data of cellphones. On May 17, people all across the world observe World Telecom Day. On May 17, 2023, the Sanchar Sathi portal will be made available to the general public. You may quickly locate your stolen or lost phone via the Sanchar Saathi Portal. Through this gateway, you can immediately ban your phone in addition to tracking a lost or stolen phone. In addition, this portal will offer details about the number of active SIMs associated with your ID. You can now use the Sanchar Saathi portal to find your Android phone, similar to Apple’s Find My Phone feature. Currently, this ystem of mobile tracing was available only in Delhi and Mumbai. But now this system will be implemented in the entire country.
Objective of Sanchar Saathi Portal
The main objective of launching Sanchar Sathi portal by the Government of India is to provide information related to how many mobile phones and how many SIMs are active on the personal ID along with finding the lost phone and blocking the stolen phone. Because if a mobile phone is lost or stolen, people not only lose money but their personal information and data are also at risk of being leaked. Therefore, the government has found a unique solution to keep people’s lost phones and personal data safe. With the help of which you will easily find your lost phone. Apart from this this portal will provide you many services.
Lost mobile phone will be found easily _
With the help of Sanchar Saathi Portal, any citizen will be able to easily find his lost phone. And along with blocking stolen phones, this portal will also give you information about how many mobile phones and how many SIM cards are active on your personal ID. Sanchar Sathi Portal is a citizen centric initiative of DoT to empower mobile users, strengthen their security and increase awareness about government centric initiatives.
4.70 lakh smartphone block
With the help of Sanchar Sathi portal, so far 4,70,000 mobile phones have been blocked while more than 2,40,000 mobile phones have been tracked. Apart from this, 8000 mobiles have been recovered with the help of this portal. This portal will provide its services across the country. You will get many types of facilities on this portal.
Mobile number can be blocked by filing complaint _
Through Sanchar Saathi Portal, all those mobile numbers which have been activated in your name by someone else can be switched off. For this you can file a complaint on Sanchar Sathi portal. After filing the complaint that number will be switched off. Apart from this, you can also deactivate the number which you have activated yourself but now you do not need that number. Through this portal, you will not only get this but you will also be able to get information related to unwanted phone calls and telecom fraud so that you stay safe from fraud calls.
Eligibility and required documents for Sanchar Sathi Portal
- Any citizen of India can avail the benefits of Sanchar Sathi portal.
- mobile number
- mobile purchase receipt
- Copy of mobile FIR