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Telecoms chamber: Register your sim cards now to avoid being blocked

Nine million unregistered sim cards have been deactivated by telecommunication firms in compliance with a directive by the NCA

The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications has advised mobile phone subscribers to take advantage of the extension in the registration of sim cards by the National Communications Authority (NCA) to avoid being blocked.

Nine million unregistered sim cards have been deactivated by telecommunication firms in compliance with a directive by the NCA.

Appearing on the Asaase Breakfast Show on Friday (2 June), the chief executive of the chamber, Ken Ashigbey said Ghanaians must attach some urgency to the exercise.

“The window they left open was that you could then dial *404# and then you do registration if you get your Ghana Card, and then you can also dial the *400# to finish the registration, so that window has been left open.

“However, that window does not have a timeline, it’s indefinite, so the National Communications Authority could come base on monitoring and looking at the way people are acting to end the process,” Ashigbey said.

Ashigbey added: “So, it is important for all those who have lost their telecommunication service to take advantage of this window that has been given by the NCA and get their sims registered.”

Listen to Ken Ashigbey in the attached audio clip below:

 

Reporting by Fred Dzakpata in Accra

 

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