New Delhi: Good news for cell phone users, the central government has issued a series of orders simplifying KYC processes. The Aadhaar-based e-KYC process has been reintroduced for issuing new mobile connections, Self-KYC and the OTP-based conversion of mobile connection from prepaid to postpaid and vice versa have been implemented.Also Read – International Flights: Government Makes Big Announcement, Says Flight Services From Srinagar To Sharjah To Start Soon
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So far, a subscriber has to go through a KYC process which involves a visit to the point of sale with the original identity and address documents as proof for obtaining a new mobile connection or converting the mobile connection. from prepaid to postpaid or vice versa. Also Read – Aadhaar Authentication Made Mandatory To Claim GST Refund. All you need to know
e-KYC based on Aadhaar
The Aadhaar-based e-KYC process has been reintroduced for issuing new mobile connections. Telecommunications service providers will be charged Rs 1 per customer authentication by UIDAI. It is a completely digital and paperless process in which demographic details along with the customer’s photo are received online by UIDAI’s Telecommunications Service Providers (TSPs), the Communications Ministry said in a statement.
OTP-based prepaid-postpaid port
Implementing the OTP-based conversion process allows a subscriber to convert their mobile connection from prepaid to postpaid and vice versa at home or in the office via OTP-based authentication, the central government said.
In this process, the issuance of the mobile connection to the customers is done through an online process based on an application or a portal in which a customer can request a mobile connection sitting at home or in the office and gets the SIM card delivered to his / her. door using documents electronically verified by UIDAI. or DigiLocker, the Communications Department said.