January 25, 2021 3:24 pm
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How to check PF Balance through Missed Call, SMS and Umang app : Click to know

Give a missed call to 011-22901406 from your registered mobile number

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All the persons who have registered on the UAN portal can get their details available with by giving a missed call at 011-22901406 from their registered mobile number. If the UAN of the member is seeded with any one of the Bank A/c number, AADHAAR and PAN, the member will get details of last contribution and . To avail this facility, mobile number must be activated with UAN at Unified Portal. Giving missed call from registered mobile number at 011-22901406 automatically gets disconnected after two rings. This service is available free of cost to the member. Moreover, these services can be availed from non-smart phones also.

Check PF Balance via Missed Call, SMS and app

The information for availing missed call facility and SMS service for getting PF balance and last contribution is now available on UMANG app also. In addition, Universal Account Number (UAN) activated members can know their latest PF contribution and balance available with EPFO by sending an SMS at 7738299899 from registered mobile number.

The Member has to SMS “EPFOHO UAN” to 7738299899. The facility is available in 10 languages viz. English (default), Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannad, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Bengali. For receiving SMS in any of the languages other than English, first three characters of the preferred language needs to be added after UAN. For example, to receive SMS in Telugu, then SMS to be send will be “EPFOHO UAN TEL” to 7738299899

SMS should be sent from the registered mobile number of UAN. In response, EPFO will send last PF contribution and balance details of the member along with available KYC information.

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