Learn the ins and outs of checking the status of your SMART, TNT, or SUN Sim card registration with our help. If you want to keep your Sim card active for as long as possible, you should check its registration status. This is because laws in our country aim to crack down on fraudsters and scammers who spread false information via advertisements.

Checking if my SMART, TNT, SUN Sim is Registered


By Smart SIM Registration Website

  1. Start by visiting https://simreg.smart.com.ph/

  2. Enter your mobile phone number with SMART, SUN, or TNT. Check the box next to the disclaimer and hit the Send button.

  3. Then, after receiving the OTP, enter it and hit the VERIFY OTP button. You'll see a message saying that "Your mobile number is already registered".

By Contacting SMART Facebook Page

   1. Visit the telecommunications company's official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SmartCommunications.

   2. Talk to an agent.

   3. Inform the representative that you wish to verify the registration status of your Smart, Talk 'N Text, or Sun Cellular SIM card.

   4. The customer service representative will then request the mobile number and complete identity.

   5. After providing these details, the agent will inform you whether or not your SIM card is already registered.

By Visiting Physical SMART Store

  1. You can locate your nearest Smart Store and schedule an appointment by visiting https://smart.com.ph/Pages/store-locations.

  2. Inform the staff upon entering the store that you wish to verify the registration status of your Smart, TNT, or Sun SIM.

  3. You will then be required to provide your full name, address, birthday, and mobile phone number.

  4. Smart personnel will then inform you if your SIM card is registered.

To curb the proliferation of text-based frauds, the Philippines has a law requiring all SIM cardholders to register their information with their telecom providers. 

In addition, law enforcement organizations may use SIM card registration to better monitor criminals who use mobile phones in their illegal activities. Both new and current customers are required by law to register their SIM cards prior to activation.

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