07:06 PM, December 29, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 09:24 AM, December 30, 2018

Know your voter centre via SMS

You can now get your voter centre information on your mobile phone.

Voter centre can be obtained through short message service (SMS) on mobile phone, Asaduzzaman Arzu, director of public relations at Election Commission, told The Daily Star.

For anywhere in Bangladesh, all you need to do is type ‘PC<space>NID number’ and send it to ‘105’ to receive your voter centre information via a return message.

FOR FINDING IT ONLINE

- Login to https://services.nidw.gov.bd/voter_center

- Enter your National ID card number or Voter Form number, date of birth, and capcha code in the window for voter’s personal information. It should be noted that those voters who have 13-digit NID number would have to add their year of birth before the NID number.

- After entering the required information, click on the button for ‘See Voter Information’

- Voila! You will have all the information regarding your constituency, voter number, serial number, polling centre and NID card number displayed on the screen.

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Grameenphone:
Type START <space> BR and send SMS it to 22222

Robi:
Type START <space> BR and send SMS it to 2222


Banglalink:
Type START <space> BR and send SMS it to 2225

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