How to Link Your MTN Line, Airtel Line, Glo Line and 9mobile Line to NIN (100% working)
Linking Your Mobile Number with Your National Identification Number (NIN) in Nigeria: A Simple Step-by-Step Guide
In compliance with the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) directives, all mobile service providers in Nigeria have made it mandatory for their customers to link their mobile numbers with their National Identification Number (NIN). Failure to do so may result in blocking SIM cards that are not registered with NIN. To ensure a seamless process for subscribers, Nigerian telecommunication companies have outlined straightforward steps to complete the NIN linking.
The NCC had previously announced that telecommunication companies were required to block all SIM cards not registered with NIN within two weeks, starting from December 31, 2020. To avoid any inconvenience, following the instructions provided by your service provider and completing the NIN linking process within the specified timeframe is essential.
The Nigerian Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has provided instructions for subscribers who wish to link their NIN to multiple SIM cards. To do this, individuals can visit their service provider’s office with their NIN to initiate the linking process.
However, it is crucial to remain vigilant and cautious of fraudsters and scammers who may attempt to exploit unsuspecting individuals during this process. Be wary of sharing personal information with unauthorized parties and report any suspicious activities to the appropriate authorities.
If you have already enrolled in the NIMC scheme but have lost your NIN, there is a convenient solution. Dial *346# to retrieve your NIN and proceed with the linking process.
Below are the simple steps to link NIN to your MTN Line, Glo Line, Airtel Line, 9mobile Line
To ensure a hassle-free experience, you can link your mobile number to your NIN from the comfort of your own home, at any time, by following the steps outlined below:
If you are using MTN Line/MTN users
MTN Line Users:
- Dial *785# using the MTN number you wish to link.
- Enter your NIN when prompted and click send. OR
- Visit the website https://mtnonline.com/nin using either a computer or a mobile/smartphone.
- Fill out the NIN linking form accurately.
- Click on the submit button to complete the process.
If you are using GLO Line/Globacom Users
GLO Line Users:
- Text “UPDATENIN” followed by your National Identification Number (NIN), First Name, and Last Name to 109. OR
- Visit the nearest Globacom office with your NIN to complete the linking process.
If you are using AIRTEL Line/Airtel Users
Airtel Line Users:
- Dial *121# on your Airtel line.
- Select option 1 for “NIN Capture” and send.
- Enter your 11-digit NIN and send.
- Wait for the message confirming the submission of your NIN.
9Mobile Users: The Federal Government, through the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has mandated linking all SIM cards to a National Identification Number (NIN). Please complete this process by December 30, 2020, to ensure your line is not blocked. To link your NIN to your 9Mobile line, please click [CLICK HERE ) and follow the provided instructions.
It is crucial to complete the NIN linking process as soon as possible to avoid any disruptions to your mobile services. Following the simple steps outlined by your service provider, you can ensure that your mobile number remains linked to your National Identification Number (NIN) following the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) directives.