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Airtel NIN Registration – How to Link NIN to Airtel

Airtel NIN Registration – How to Link NIN to Airtel – Have you been able to do your Airtel NIN Registration yet? If No, then your SIM card must have already been blocked by the Nigerian Communication Commission.NIN Registration

The Federal Government in conjunction with the Nigerian Communication Commission has directed that all SIM cards must be registered to the National Identification Number (NIN). Nigerians who do not link their NIN to their SIM cards will not be able to make phone calls with such SIM cards.How to Get NYSC Call-Up Letter

Having that in mind, you’re probably thinking of how to update your NIN on your Airtel SIM card. You are in luck because, in today’s post, I’ll be showing you how to link your NIN to your Airtel SIM card. Continue reading to see the procedures.Information Guide Nigeria

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How to Link NIN to Airtel SIM Card via USSD Code

There are 3 ways to link your NIN to your Airtel SIM card, and that’s through the USSD code, Airtel NIN portal, and NIMC MobileID App. Let’s take a look at how to link NIN to Airtel SIM card via USSD code:How to Get NYSC Certificate Without Serving

  1. Copy out your 11-digit NIN number
  2. Click on the call app on your mobile phone
  3. Dial *121*1# using your Airtel line
  4. After dialing the USSD code your NIN will be linked to the Airtel SIM card automatically.
  5. Congratulations! You have successfully linked your NIN to your Airtel SIM card.

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How to Link NIN to Airtel SIM Card via Airtel NIN portal

To link your NIN to your Airtel SIM card via the Airtel NIN portal, follow the procedures below:Npower recruitment

  1. Go to the Airtel NIN portal via https://airtel.com.ng/NIN/
  2. Enter your 11-digit Airtel phone number
  3. Click on “Proceed”
  4. An OTP code will be sent to your link for confirmation, enter the OTP code into the required space.
  5. Now enter your National Identification Number into the space provided
  6. Congratulations! You have successfully linked your NIN to your Airtel SIM card.

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How to Link NIN to Airtel SIM Card via NIMC MobileID App

To use the NIMC MobileID app to link your NIN to your Airtel SIM card, follow the procedures below:

  1. Go to your phone’s play store and search for “NIMC MobileID App”
  2. Download and install the app on your phone
  3. Launch the NIMC MobileID App and enter your National Identification Number into the required space
  4. Enter your Airtel phone number
  5. Click on submit
  6. An OTP code will be sent to your Airtel SIM card
  7. Enter the OTP code into the required spaceWAEC result
  8. Congratulations! You have successfully linked your NIN to your Airtel SIM card.

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How to Check NIN Using Airtel SIM Card

If you’ve lost your NIN number and can’t find where you have recorded it, you can retrieve it easily using your mobile phone. To use an Airtel SIM card to retrieve NIN, follow the procedures below:

  1. Go to the call app on your mobile phone
  2. Dial *346#
  3. After dialing the code, several options will be displayed on your screen
  4. Select “NIN retrieval” from the displayed options by typing 1
  5. Note that this service will cost you N20 only, which will be deducted from your mobile phone network.JAMB form

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Conclusion

With today’s article, you no longer have to worry about the Nigerian Communication Commission blocking your Airtel SIM card. Use any of the three procedures illustrated in this article to link your NIN to your Airtel SIM card. Also, keep in mind that you can link several Airtel SIM cards and even other SIM cards to your NIN number. There’s no limit to how many SIM cards you can link to your NIN.JAMB Result

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