Lost your mobile phone? You can now track your lost phone on this government website Sanchar Saathi portal
Nothing is more agonizing than losing your smartphone. While you may usually buy a new one, one of the most costly parts of switching smartphones is restoring the data. In most cases, you will also not receive your data back. However, the government has made it easier to trace lost phones. Even while it may appear impossible to trace lost phones, the government has developed a website that will inform you of the location of your stolen or lost phone.
Losing a phone can be a stressful and uncomfortable situation. When we lose a gadget that has our personal information, contacts, and important data, we can feel vulnerable and concerned. In this article, we’ll go over the actions you may take if you lose your phone, as well as provide practical tips and information to help you get through this uncomfortable situation.
The government has launched a website named the Sanchar Saathi portal (www.sancharsaathi.gov.in). It is important to note, however, that in order to monitor your phone, you must have your IMEI number accessible. If you have lost your phone, you can obtain the IMEI number listed on the box.
To register your lost phone, go to the Sanchar Saathi website and enter your information. You have the option of blocking your previous phone, and your SIM card, and unblocking your phone if you find it. Since the beginning, the Sanchar Saathi site has proven to be highly efficient in detecting fake connections. Over 40 lakh fake connections have been found, with over 36 lakhs of them already terminated. These figures show the portal’s success in combatting fraud and improving the security of mobile connections.
Go to the Sanchar Saathi website and enter your details to register your missing phone. You can block your before phone, and your SIM card, and unblock your phone if you discover it. Since the beginning, the Sanchar Saathi site has proven to be quite effective at detecting fake connections. Over 40 lakh bogus connections have been discovered, with over 36 lahks already canceled. These numbers demonstrate the portal’s effectiveness in combating fraud and increasing mobile connection security.
“The launch of the Sanchar Saathi portal is welcomed by the Indian telecom industry, and congratulations are extended to the Government for starting this citizen-centric initiative that will significantly help with the empowerment of mobile subscribers nationwide, as well as improving the safety and security of their mobile devices,” said COAI chief Lt Gen Dr. SP Kochhar.
He further said the adoption of digital technology-based solutions via the Sanchar Saathi portal illustrates the telecom industry’s dedication to serving people across the country. The portal’s modules, such as CEIR and TAFCOP, which include features such as Know Your Mobile and the use of ASTR, will be critical in minimizing cases of mobile phone theft and detecting abnormalities to prevent misuse and fraud. Users will be able to determine which mobile connections have been issued in their name, terminate unneeded connections, block or trace is stolen mobile phones, and confirm the validity of devices when getting new or used mobile phones.”