The government has launched a web portal that will make it easy to find lost or stolen Mobil phones. The special thing of this portal is that with the help of this, users will be able to Block and track stolen mobile phones.
In today’s time, due to becoming a crime and online fraud, losing a mobile phone can put anyone in serious difficulty. However, instantly the government has launched a web portal to deal with this, which will support locating stolen or lost mobile phones.
On Monday, Communications and data Technology Minister Shankar Prasad has launched this portal for users. Currently, users of Delhi-NCR and Mumbai are ready to take advantage of that portal.
Testing started in September :
The system has been developed by the middle for the Development of Telematics (CDOT). CDOT has additionally helped by the Delhi Police and Department of Telecom in stating it. The testing of this scheme started in September this year. So lets skills you’ll trace your lost or stolen mobile with the assistance of this portal.
Such a lost mobile phone address :
- First of all, inform the theft or loss of your mobile phone to the most nearby police station.
- When the number is blocked, apply for a different SIM card with a copy of FIR and ID proof
- Instantly go to ceir.gov.in to prevent the phone’s IMEI number.
- On this portal, you have to fulfil the registration form.
- Later that, you will get a request ID.
- You all can use that request ID to track your mobile phone.
- On receiving the mobile, you’ll be able to unblock the blocked IMEI and use your mobile again.
Telecom operators share data :
A Central Identity Registry system has Launched the portal to Block and track stolen mobile phones. Its unique feature is that it is attached to the IMEI database of all operators within the nation.
Telecom operators give the data of mobile phones of all the users connected to their system in CIR so that it can’t be misused at any other network just in condition of theft either lost.
Cloning of IMEI will be stopped :
All mobiles have a singular IMEI number for his or her identification. This number is reprogrammable (changes are often made), which causes the fraudster to reprogram it.
That leads to the cloning of IMEI, and various phones used on the same IMEI number. According to the Department of Telecommunications, multiple cases of clone / duplicate IMEI handsets written on the date.
If so, IMEI numbers are blocked, then those whose mobile has stolen all will become to be troubled. Because of that, there is a need to become rid of phones with duplicate and false IMEI. The portal has begun for this problem.