It is very easy to Pay PTA Mobile Registration Tax through Easypaisa in 2023. First of all you just need to register your mobile on PTA website DRIBS. When you successfully get registered, you will get a “Customer PSID” and this ID will help you pay FBR (PTA) Mobile Tax online using Easy Paisa App.
In Pakistan the Government has introduce a special FBR Tax on expensive mobile phones. Hence you need to pay tax if you want to receive telecom signals on your handset. That’s why, here in this article we have solve your problem.
All the items you need to start this procedure is to have a mobile (whose tax you want to pay), Easypaisa App in your mobile or Laptop and finally the unique PSID that you have been allotted from FBR Portal (DRIBS) to pay the tax of your mobile.
Pay PTA Mobile Registration Tax through Easypaisa
Register your mobile by entering its basic details (IMEI Number, Model and basic details) in FBR DRIBS portal to receive a PSID. When you got a ID then you have to open easypaisa app and start paying the tax.
The complete procedure along with images is present below for those users who want to Pay PTA Mobile Registration Tax through Easypaisa this year without any tension.
Open Easypaisa App
Click on More button present in right bottom corner
Scroll down and click on “Government Fees”
Now search “FBR – Mobile Phone Tax” here in this list and open it
When we open “FBR Mobile Phone Tax” section it require PSID of your device
Now you have to provide that PSID that you had got when you register your mobile on DRIBS (FBR) by providing your mobile IMEI Number and your CNIC number. Enter the PSID and click on Next button to successfully pay the PTA Mobile Registration Tax through Easypaisa App. You can also see the method to Unblock Easypaisa App from here.
Hence that was easy and everyone even kids can perform this action on there mobile phones while sitting in there homes. We must have to appreciate Easypaisa authorities who have make the tax payment so easy that everyone can pay tax now in easy steps while staying at there homes.