How to Check MDMS Registration of a Phone?

Finally, Nepal Telecom Authority (NTA) has implemented Mobile Device Management System (MDMS) in Nepal. The system is already in effect, and NTA sends SMS to all devices whose IMEI number is registered in MDMS.

Now, mobile phones imported into Nepal without paying tax will not support SIM connectivity in Nepal. Especially, during this import band of smartphones costing over USD 300, many smartphones were imported to Nepal via the grey (unauthorized) channel.

People with working visas (gone foreign for employment) can bring up to 2 smartphones for free and have to pay tax (depending on the smartphone model) for more than 2 devices. Likewise, student visa holders can bring one smartphone with them for free.

How to Check EMI in MDMS in Nepal?

You can follow the steps mentioned below to check if the IMEI of your device is registered in MDMS or not:

  • 1. At first find the IMEI number of your device. If you are using a smartphone then you can go you your setting and the about phone to find your IMEI number. Or you can dial *#06# to get the IMEI number of your handset.
How to Check IMEI in MDMS NTA
  • 2. Now, head over to and enter your IMEI number there as we have shown above, and click the button there. is not opening?

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IMEI Registration for Mobile Phones in MDMS:

In order to register your mobile phones in MDMS, you can fill you the form (click here to find the form). There you have to provide different types of data like your nationality, brand name, model number, obviously IMEI number, your name, address, and so on. Likewise, you have to attach a photo of your Attachment of Citizenship or Other ID Card or Passport or Visa.

Myths of MDMS in Nepal

Here you few myths about MDMS in Nepal:

  • 1. If your device is not registered in MDMS then only your device will not support carrier networks (like NTC, Ncell, smart) in Nepal.
  • 2. It doesn’t mean your device will be blocked for Wi-Fi. You can easily use other networks except for cellular ones.
  • 3. Also, few people are worried that the phone completely stop working but this won’t happen. It will only get blocked from using carrier networks.

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2 thoughts on “How to Check MDMS Registration of a Phone?”

  1. Baisakh 16 ma grey mobile kineko..
    Ani esma esim sabae activate vaesakyo..
    Ava jestha 1 ma mdms implement vo vanxa ..ava yo mobile automatically mdms registered vaerw sim chale rakhne hunxa ki aily chalerako sim ni chalnu xodxa?


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