Here is How You can check PTA Blacklist IMEI and Pakistan PTA IMEI of normal Mobile Phones. According To PTA Public Notice: All mobile devices including non-compliant (having SIM/IMEI functionality) active on Pakistani mobile networks till 1st December, will remain operational without service interruption. Non-compliant mobile devices will be paired with a user’s mobile number.
The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has extended the closing date for the registration of cellular phones. According to sources, the selection was taken during a PTA meeting on Thursday in which it was determined that unregistered cell telephones would continue to be operational and an until now closing date of October 20 would no longer be applicable. You Can Check PTA mobile registration tax
How to Check PTA IMEI Blacklist and register Mobile Phones with PTA There are three ways to register mobile and GSM devices.
- By SMS
- By application
- By website
1. PTA Mobile Registration SMS
.Go to messages
.Create a new message
.Send to 8484
2. PTA Mobile Registration Using App
Check PTA IMEI Blacklist Using Android application first Download dribs Android Mobile application
Open Dirbs App, Type IMEI of Your Mobile and Press Check IMEI Button
3. PTA Mobile Registration Using Website
Check PTA mobile registration check online Using Website PTA IMEI Blacklist, click the following link; https://dirbs.pta.gov.pk/
Type IMEI Of Mobile Click on I’m not a robot and Finally click on Check Button
Public Notice: All mobile devices including non-compliant (having SIM/IMEI functionality) active on Pakistani mobile networks till 15th January 2019, will remain operational without service interruption. Non-compliant mobile devices will be paired with a user’s mobile number.
PTA IMEI Blacklist Messages ExplanationMessage:
Your mobile device IMEI is compliant (PTA Approved)
Explanation: This message indicates that the mobile device is PTA compliant. You can use this mobile device and continue receiving network services.
Action: Your mobile device is PTA approved and fulfills all code requirements of Government of Pakistan. Such users do not need to take any action
Message: Your device IMEI is non-compliant.
Explanation: This message indicates that IMEI of the device is a GSMA standard number however it was brought into the county via informal channels and therefore was
not registered at PTA.Action: Users in possession of such mobile devices will be required to use one of the following procedures to get device registered.
Such passengers at the time of arrival can avail the custom Kiosk facility available at the airports for registration of their mobile devices. Prior to arrival users can download and fill the mobile declaration form and hand it over to Customs official upon landing into Pakistan.
All such international passenger who didn’t avail Custom kiosk facility to register their device IMEI will be required to approach nearest custom house location and declare their device details. After fulfillment of code requirements, IMEI will be registered accordingly.
Gift/Packages via courier postal services: Individuals intending to bring devices as gifts through courier services will be required to obtain CoC through PTA website https://dirbs.pta.gov.pk/drs and upon fulfillment of the code requirements, IMEI will be registered accordingly. Disclaimer: As per policy user can bring a maximum of 5 devices in personal capacity per year
Message: Device IMEI was observed non-compliant as of 1st Dec 2018. IMEI has been paired with your mobile number and device will remain operational.
Explanation: This message indicates that IMEI programmed on your device is non-standard therefore flagged as non-compliant by PTA. However, all users of such devices who were observed active on Pakistani mobile networks as of 1st December 2018 have been paired with their mobile numbers and shall continue to receive services.
Action: Such paired IMEIs/mobiles will receive network services on the paired SIMs only.
Message: Device IMEI is blocked. Reported stolen.
Explanation: This message indicates that your IMEI is blocked as this IMEI has been reported stolen earlier.