Check How Many SIM Cards Registered on Iqama
Learn how to check how many sims on my iqama online via CITC (Communication and Information Technology Commission and SMS. No matter if you are using STC, Zain, Mobily, or Friendi network sim cards you can check SIM cards are registered under your Iqama number in Saudi Arabia.
Now there are two methods you can follow. You can easily check how many SIM card phone numbers are registered on your Iqama number ID or Muqeem Card. One is on the CITC website and the second is through SMS. There is also an alternative to do so with CST and Nafath app which is the recommended method.
Check Registered SIM Cards on Iqama via CITC
Got to Argami Service on the citc.gov.sa website. Log in with the National Access Portal (Nafath). Once done, you will see all the mobile numbers registered on your Iqama ID on the next screen.
Make sure you have both the CST and Nafath app installed. Open the CST app and tap Login using national access portal (nafath). Complete the login process and once done go back to the CST app and tap Argami (Your Registered number on your ID). You will see all the phone numbers registered on your Iqama ID.
Wait until the information required by CITC is retrieved from Telecom providers. After the information is retrieved you will see a list of Telecom providers and phone numbers registered on your Iqama number.
Check SIM Cards Registered on Iqama via SMS
- Zain Users: Go to Message App and send a blank text message to 700123.
- STC Users: Go to Message App write 9988 and send it to 902.
- Mobily Users: Go to Message App and send a blank text message to 616166.
The “My Numbers” service allows Zain, STC, and Mobily as well as Friendi customers to know details about all phone numbers and data SIM cards registered with their IDs in TSP (Telecom Service Providers). Customers are to monitor their phone numbers and ensure no other extra SIMs are registered without permission from Iqama holders. This is CITC’s responsibility to make sure that customer from different Telecom Providers Expats and citizens is protected.
Can I check SIM cards without a phone number?
Yes, you can easily check that on the CITC website with a few simple steps. Here is how to do it step by step:
Visit CITC and click Inquiry. Select Inquiry type as Individual, enter your Iqama ID number in the Person ID, your date of birth, and No I haven’t in the Has Mobile Number box. Click the Inquiry button.
This is to remember if any iqama holder finds a number registered with his/her name without his/her permission They should immediately request to cancel the service by STC, Zain, or Mobily service provider. Related Posts for Saudi: What to Do When You Lost Your Iqama in KSA.