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How To Link NIN To MTN, Glo, Airtel, or 9mobile 2024 And Check Verification

Jan 22, 2024


How To Link NIN To MTN, Glo, Airtel, or 9mobile 2024 And Check Verification


How To Link NIN To MTN: There has been an overwhelming influx of customers visiting MTN locations across various states in Nigeria lately. A large number of MTN users have recently received text messages requesting them to visit an MTN store to link their MTN line with their NIN, which is partially to blame for this development. Threats of blocking call and data services on consumers’ cell numbers for noncompliance with the directive accompany the instruction.


How to link min to MTN: Some of the consumers we spoke with expressed frustration because they had previously linked their NIN and did not understand why they needed to return to the MTN office to complete the process again. We attempted to investigate the procedure, and our test findings indicate that the linkage can be completed online; however, your line needs to have been partially validated.


How to check if your MTN number is linked to your NIN


Use the instructions below to find out if your line is connected to your NIN or not:


        • Go to the MTN check-in website at https://nin.mtn.ng/nin/status




        • After that, you’ll have to input your MTN line numbers.

         • You will receive an OTP after entering the number; please be sure to enter it accurately in the designated space.

         • You will then receive a confirmation of the NIN linking status of your MTN line.

         • If the system confirms that your number is registered, you’ll see something similar to what’s seen below.




How To Use USSD To Link Your NIN To Your MTN Line


If your NIN connection status is negative and you do not receive the three option prompts, this option can still be useful to you. To join an MTN line to an NIN without having to go to an MTN office, one can just perform the following:


Put your NIN on a clipboard copy.

Then Dial *996# on your MTN

You’ll be given a prompt similar to the following: