If you are a Warid SIM owner but don’t know if you actually own the SIM card, then you have to know know about it. But what is the way to find Ownership details of a Warid number?
A few things that might worry a Warid SIM owner are:
- How to verify my Warid SIM card?
- How to find the ownership details of Warid SIM card?
- Find name of Warid SIM name owner
So, let’s discuss how to find the ownership of your Warid SIM card number, what things you need to worry about while buying a Warid number.
So, let’s get started and find ownership and details of Warid SIM Card.
Find Warid Sim Card Ownership & Details
Warid has provided a simple way to find the ownership of its SIM card – this means you will be able to easily find out who your Warid SIM card owner is.
Here is the number you can use for Warid SIM card.
First of all check what your number is by dialing the Warid SIM USSD code:
Send MNP SMS to 667 from your smartphone number and it will tell you how many numbers are registered on your mobile number.
But if you want to know who actually owns your number, then you will have to visit the nearest Warid customer support center.
This will tell you what your Warid number is.
How to Find Who Owns Warid SIM Card
To find the ownership of Warid SIM card, you will have to send MNP to 667 from your mobile number. The charges for dialing it are 3 PKR.
Find Warid SIM Owner By CNIC
You can also find the Warid mobile SIM ownership through CNIC by dialing the following number:
SMS your CNIC number (13 digits, with no spaces of dashes) to 668 from your mobile.
The number will tell you how many SIM cards are registered on your number.
Why Find Warid SIM Ownership Details?
Let’s say you want to market your Warid mobile number. If you market it and then later you find out that you are not the owner of Warid SIM, then what will you do?
So, avoid this hassle and become the owner of your Warid SIM card.
Find Ownership of Warid SIM Number
There are many cases reported where overseas Pakistanis’ SIM cards have been used in many criminal incidences. Now, overseas Pakistanis can block all such SIMs by mailing a form along with required documents to the SIM card registration company.
If they don’t know how to find what SIM cards are registered on their name, they can use the PTA SIM card registration app. Also, they can send a message containing their CNIC number to 668.
Once they have the information, they should download the form and fill it, attach the copy of NICOP, CNIC, Passport and valid Visa.
PTA will block the reported SIMs within a period of 24 hours. They can also confirm the same by calling the telecom company that had issued that SIM card on their CNIC. They can complain to the PTA using this form.
PTA Warid SIM Verification Status
Customer can send message (CNIC) to short-code 789 through primary verified number and in return he will get status of numbers against his/her CNIC along with verification stats. Format of this process is sent to primary verified number via txt.