How to check how many sim registered on my Iqama
In Saudi Arabia, there is a limit on the number of SIMs in each person's name. Expats are limited to 3 prepaid SIM cards on each iqama, while Saudi citizens can have up to 10. If you don't know how many SIM cards are registered on your Iqama, here you can check using one of the following methods:

check sim On Iqama through mobile operator:


Send an SMS: Send an SMS to the following number, depending on your service provider:

  • STC: send 9988 to 900
  • Mobily: send blank sms to 616166
  • Zain: send blank sms to 700123
  • Virgin Mobile: send blank sms to 309985

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Check Sim on iqama through CITC website :

The Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has a website to check the number of SIM cards registered on your Iqama. Here are the steps on how to check how many Saudi SIM cards are registered on your Iqama using the CITC website:

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  • Select "Individual" as the inquiry type.
  • Enter your Iqama number and date of birth.
  • Select the option "No, I haven't" in the "Has Mobile Number" field.
  • Click on the "Inquiry" button.

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The website will then display the number of SIM cards that are registered on your Iqama. If you see any that you do not recognize, you can contact your service provider to have them removed.

Once you have checked how many SIM cards are registered on your Iqama, you can take steps to remove any that you do not recognize. This is important to do, as unauthorized SIM cards can be used for fraudulent activity.

By following these steps, you can ensure that you are only using the number of SIM cards that you are allowed to have in Saudi Arabia. This will help to protect you from fraud and other unauthorized activity.


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Abid Latif is a highly experienced and knowledgeable professional specializing in Saudi Arabia's laws, regulations, and tech. He has lived and worked in Saudi Arabia for over 15 years and deeply understands the country's legal system, immigration policies, banking system, and telecom industry.


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