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How to Pay PTA Mobile TAX In Pakistan

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Everyone knows that PTA (Pakistan Telecommunication Authority) put heavy taxes on mobile phones and other electronic devices. Now if your loving person sends you a mobile as a gift from abroad. You have to pay tax to PTA within 60 days. On the day of 61, your device or mobile phone will be blocked by PTA. And you don’t have any access to local Pakistani networks.

In this short 11 steps article, I’ll show you how to pay PTA Mobile tax in Pakistan.

Here are the steps to pay mobile taxes in Pakistan:

  1. Access the Device Identification Registration and Blocking System (DIRBS) website.
  2. Register on the portal.
  3. Read the notification that appears on the next screen carefully.
  4. Fill up two mandatory fields by selecting from the drop-down list: specify your purpose and select your user type (“personal” or “commercial”).
  5. Specify your “user type” from the given options: Pakistani (local, international traveler, dual national) or Foreigner (traveled on a visa).
  6. Fill out the rest of the required information and click on the “Submit” button.
  7. Check your email for a message from PTA verifying your account.
  8. Log in to your registered PTA account using your email address and password.
  9. Look for the option of Individual Certificate of Compliance (COC), which appears on the left-hand side of your screen, right beneath the “Dashboard” option.
  10. Click on “Apply for COC” to continue the process.
  11. If you are an international traveler, enter your passport number in the given section. If you are a local mobile user, provide your mobile number and operator’s name (such as Jazz/Warid, Telenor, Ufone, or Zong).

Conclusion

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    February 6, 2024 at 5:19 am

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