The government has allowed online authentication using Aadhar for new mobile connections. The guidelines for Aadhaar Electronic-Know Your Customer, e-KYC, were issued to make the online process of application and authentication faster and simpler for subscribers. 
Department of Telecom said Tuesday that it has decided to launch it across all service areas including Jammu & Kashmir, North East and Assam. 
In e-KYC, a customer through their Aadhaar number and biometrics will online authorise UIDAI to provide demographic details such as name, address, date of birth and gender, along with the digitally-signed photograph, to the mobile operator.  The move will also bring down the cost of subscriber acquisition significantly as telecom companies will not have to spend on physical transportation of forms, verification, scanning and storage. 
The e-KYC solution is an instant, secure and green mobile subscriber verification project, where a customer's Aadhar card and fingerprints are adequate for both validating and activating prepaid and postpaid connections.

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