After this you can easily do many updates online. However, if your registered mobile number is not active or your mobile number has changed, you will not be able to add or update your mobile number through the old SSUP (Self Service Update Portal) portal as it was discontinued.
Now, if you choose the offline method, the applicant has to visit the Aadhaar Enrollment/Update Center to register/update the mobile number on the Aadhar card. The entire process can take up to 90 days. But we will tell you the complete process to add your mobile number or email id in your aadhar card through online mode.
how to register or update your mobile number on aadhar card
step 1: Firstly, find the nearest enrollment center by visiting the official webpage of UIDAI or simply click here https://appointments.uidai.gov.in/easearch.aspx
Step 2: Updating mobile number on Aadhar card can also be done offline. You have to visit the nearest Aadhar center and fill the Aadhar correction form.
Step 3: Next, fill the Aadhar correction form and mention the active mobile number that you want to update in the Aadhar card.
Step 4: Submit the correction form and provide your biometrics for authentication.
Step 5: Once done, get the acknowledgment slip containing the Update Request Number (URN) from the executive.
Step 6: You can use the URN to track the status of Aadhaar updation.
Step 7: Once your mobile number is registered with Aadhaar, you will start receiving OTP for verification of details/documents related to Aadhaar Card.
Step 8: You can also check the status of your Aadhaar update by calling UIDAI’s toll-free number 1947.
Aadhaar users can update their mobile number linked to Aadhaar card even from the comfort of their homes. Here we have given below steps:
how to link aadhar card with mobile number online
step 1: Visit the website of your telecom operator i.e. Vodafone, Airtel, Jio etc.
Step 2: Go to Update/Link Mobile Number with Aadhaar Card tab and enter the mobile number that you want to update or verify with Aadhaar.
Step 3: After submitting the number, an OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number.
Step 4: Verify the OTP and you will get a consent message on the screen.
Step 5: After this you have to enter the 12 digit Aadhaar number.
Step 6: The telecom operator will send a message for OTP generation and a consent message regarding e-KYC details.
Step 7: Accept all terms and conditions and enter OTP. You will receive a confirmation message regarding Aadhaar and phone number re-verification.