To check if your device is registered with Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), you can visit the PTA’s website
and click on the “Device Identification, Registration & Blocking System ( DIRBS)” link. On the DIRBS page, you can select the “Check Device Status” option, which will take you to a form where you can enter your device’s IMEI number (International Mobile Equipment Identity). The IMEI number is a unique 15-digit code that can be found on the device or on the packaging. Once you enter the IMEI number and click on “Check,” the system will inform you if the device is PTA compliant or not. If your device is not compliant, you will need to register it with PTA before you can use it in Pakistan

PTA iPhone registration status

How to know my iPhone is registered PTA

To check if your iPhone is registered with the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), you can visit the PTA’s device verification website at /drs/ and enter the IMEI number of your iPhone. The IMEI number can be found by dialing *#06# on your phone or by checking the back of your phone.

If your iPhone is registered with PTA, the website will provide you with the registration details and the status of your device. If your iPhone is not registered, you will need to register it before it can be used in Pakistan.

Should I buy an Apple phone without registration

It is illegal to use unregistered mobile devices in Pakistan, and they can be confiscated by the PTA. The PTA also has the authority to impose fines and penalties on those who use unregistered devices.

Additionally, unregistered devices may not have the ability to access local cellular networks, which would make it difficult to use them for calling or internet access.

So it is highly recommended to buy a registered device from a authorized dealer or retailer, and make sure to check the registration before buying it.

Is unregistered iphone working on WiFi

An unregistered mobile device may still be able to connect to WiFi networks, but it is illegal to use it in Pakistan. Even though you can use it to access internet or other services that only require a WiFi connection, you may still be subject to fines and penalties if you are caught using the device.

It is recommended that you register your device with PTA to avoid any legal issues and to ensure that your device can be used on local cellular networks as well as WiFi networks