TNT SIM Registration is a necessary step that must be completed for continued phone usage. Failure to register could result in your phone becoming deactivated and losing access to calls, text messaging, and mobile internet services.

At the completion of your registration, a pop-up message and SMS with a reference number will appear – save this number as it serves as your certificate of registration.

How to register?

With more and more of our daily tasks becoming digitalized, more documents such as SIM registration TNT are completed online.

No matter your experience level or goals with mobile phones, registering your SIM card as soon as possible is key for optimizing your experience. Failing to do so could result in deactivation, leaving you unable to call, text or use data services.

Follow these steps to register your TNT SIM card quickly and safely. This quick guide will ensure an effortless registration experience.

Step 1: Go to

Under the SIM Registration TNT Act, telecom companies are mandated to register all their subscribers as per law in order to protect consumers against text scams, phishing attacks and cybercrime as well as combat cybercrimes and terrorism.

An individual’s right to privacy can be compromised when mandating SIM registration; governments and law enforcement agencies could target them as targets; tracking activities becomes easier as a result of mandatory SIM registration.

Once your form has been submitted, you will receive a text message containing your reference number as proof of registration. Keep a copy for your records.

Step 2: Enter your mobile number

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Once you’ve entered your mobile number, wait for an OTP to appear on your phone before pressing “Verify OTP”. After authenticating yourself, complete the remaining sections by uploading an ID photo and taking a selfie photo for uploading.

Step 3: Take a selfie

The SIM registration requirement aims to curb text scams and other mobile-phone-facilitated crimes. All Smart and TNT subscribers – old or new–must register by April 26, 2023 in order to protect their incoming calls, texts and mobile data services. Failing to do so would lead to deactivation of existing SIM cards which would result in all phone calls, texts and mobile data services being suspended until further notice.

According to PLDT-Smart first vice president Cathy Yang, NTC commissioner Ella Blanca Lopez issued a memo order mandating that all telcos accept only live selfie photos when registering a subscriber’s SIM card. They will also set up assisted registration sites for those without internet access and using basic mobile phones.

Step 4: Upload a photo of your ID

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Step 5: Confirm your identity

Once your details have been submitted, you will be asked to verify your identity. Make sure all the information provided is accurate before clicking “Next.” You may also select Smart as your provider for tailored offers if desired.

Do not provide false information when registering for SIM cards! Doing so could incur jail time and fines against telecom companies, their employees and agents as well as threaten the security and privacy of your personal data – so take care not to miss the deadline!

Step 6: Save a copy of your reference number

Verifying your identity requires providing government-issued ID or equivalent documents with photos in order to complete registration process. This step is integral to protecting privacy provisions under Directive 2002/3 and telecom companies are obliged to store a copy of your ID as proof of registration.

Minor end users must be registered by providing all the required paperwork through their parents or legal guardians, in order to protect themselves from being targeted by law enforcement authorities for profiling or exploitation purposes.

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