Register Your Mobile Device Verification System with PTA

How to register your mobile device with PTA. Register Your Device Before October 20 to Avoid Smart Phone.PTA Register Mobile Device Verification System.Register Your Mobile with PTA in Device verification system – DIBRS.
The step has been taken to ensure the illegal devices on the networks. The IMEI which will not be registered on the network that mobile phone will be blocked and no service will be given to that mobile.Indeed a good step by the government it will not only block the unregistered devices on the network but it will also play an important role in national security plan. In addition to above it will control fake and blackmailing calls.

After downloading this app enter IMEI no. in it will let  you know the status of your registration at PTA. To know the IMEI no. of your mobile phone dial *#06# on from your mobile’s dial pad and press call button it will show the data of you mobile. Just put this IMEI no. in the App and get registered or you will be notified with your status.

How to get IMEI no:

Every phone has its own unique IMEI no which can be retrieved through following steps:

  • By dialing *#06# on your mobile
  • It is also printed on box and device
  • The IMEI information is also available in the ‘About phone’ section of smartphones ‘Settings’ tab.
  • The unique code is also printed inside the battery compartment which can be seen after removing back cover and battery.

How to register:

There are three ways a user can register the device.

  • Via SMS by sending the IMEI number to 8484
  •  Through PTA website
  • or via mobile app specially developed by PTA for DIRBS system

When a message is sent to 8484, you will receive the following replies:

  • IMEI is compliant
  • Device IMEI is Valid. Insert SIM and make a call/SMS to anyone on or before 20/10/18 date for auto registration
  • Device IMEI is non-compliant. Please insert all your SIMs in this device and use them before 20/10/18 date to continue using this device
  • Device IMEI is blocked. Reported stolen

The PTA, for the understanding of users, has explained the next steps to be taken in case the above replies are received.

The PTA, for the understanding of users, has explained the next steps to be taken in case the above replies are received.

Message Explanation Action
IMEI is compliant This message indicates that the mobile device is PTA compliant. You can use this mobile device and continue receiving network services without any issue. Your mobile device is genuine and no action required to use it.
Device IMEI is Valid. Insert SIM and make a call/SMS to anyone on or before 20/10/18 date for auto registration. This message indicates that your IMEI of your mobile device is valid as it is GSMA approved, but it is not PTA compliant. To facilitate such users, PTA will auto register all such IMEIs which are observed on Network before 20th October 2018 and their status will be compliant after this date. In order to auto-register all the IMEIs related to this mobile device, it is advised to do any revenue generating activity i.e. make a call, send a SMS or use mobile internet before 20th October, 2018 in order to continue receiving network services. In dual (or more) SIM mobile device(s), revenue generating activity must be made through each SIM slot in order to be auto registered.
Device IMEI is non-compliant. Please insert all your SIMs in this device and use them before 20/10/18 date to continue using this device. This message indicates that your mobile device IMEI is either not allocated by GSMA or it is duplicated. To facilitate such users, PTA will auto pair all such IMEIs which are observed on Network with specific SIMs before 20th October 2018. After this date, those users will be able to use these IMEIs with paired SIMs only. In order to auto pair all the IMEIs related to this mobile device, it is advised to do at-least one revenue generating activity from all SIMs on your name which you want to use in this mobile device, i.e. make a call, send a SMS or use mobile internet from your SIM(s) before 20th October, 2018. In dual (or more) SIM mobile device(s), revenue generating activity must be made using all the SIM slots for the mobile device(s) to be auto paired.
Device IMEI is blocked. Reported stolen. This message indicates that your IMEI is blocked as this IMEI has been reported stolen earlier. If you are the one who has reported this mobile device as stolen/lost earlier and now it is recovered, then contact PTA/CPLC to unblock your mobile device.

The PTA, for the understanding of users, has explained the next steps to be taken in case the above replies are received.  Message  Explanation  Action  IMEI is compliant  This message indicates that the mobile device is PTA compliant. You can use this mobile device and continue receiving network services without any issue.  Your mobile device is genuine and no action required to use it.  Device IMEI is Valid. Insert SIM and make a call/SMS to anyone on or before 20/10/18 date for auto registration.  This message indicates that your IMEI of your mobile device is valid as it is GSMA approved, but it is not PTA compliant. To facilitate such users, PTA will auto register all such IMEIs which are observed on Network before 20th October 2018 and their status will be compliant after this date.  In order to auto-register all the IMEIs related to this mobile device, it is advised to do any revenue generating activity i.e. make a call, send a SMS or use mobile internet before 20th October, 2018 in order to continue receiving network services. In dual (or more) SIM mobile device(s), revenue generating activity must be made through each SIM slot in order to be auto registered.  Device IMEI is non-compliant. Please insert all your SIMs in this device and use them before 20/10/18 date to continue using this device.  This message indicates that your mobile device IMEI is either not allocated by GSMA or it is duplicated. To facilitate such users, PTA will auto pair all such IMEIs which are observed on Network with specific SIMs before 20th October 2018. After this date, those users will be able to use these IMEIs with paired SIMs only.  In order to auto pair all the IMEIs related to this mobile device, it is advised to do at-least one revenue generating activity from all SIMs on your name which you want to use in this mobile device, i.e. make a call, send a SMS or use mobile internet from your SIM(s) before 20th October, 2018. In dual (or more) SIM mobile device(s), revenue generating activity must be made using all the SIM slots for the mobile device(s) to be auto paired.  Device IMEI is blocked. Reported stolen.  This message indicates that your IMEI is blocked as this IMEI has been reported stolen earlier.  If you are the one who has reported this mobile device as stolen/lost earlier and now it is recovered, then contact PTA/CPLC to unblock your mobile device.

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