The National Communications Authority (NCA) has made a release reminding subscribers who have completed Stage One (1) but not Stage Two (2) of their SIM registration to immediately do so or risk having their SIMs disconnected after 10th March 2023.
It will be recalled that the Minister for Communications and Digitalisation directed that subscribers who have not completed their registration as of 30th November 2022 should be disconnected.
After this directive had been adhered to, the NCA noticed that there have been additional Stage One (1) registrations that are yet to be completed.
The general public is therefore to take note that:
- Subscribers that have done Stage One (1) are to complete their SIM registrations (Stage 2) by Friday, 10th March 2023, failing which these SIMs will be deactivated from their network(s).
- Henceforth, subscribers who begin the registration process (Stage 1) and do not complete their registration within two (2) weeks will have their SIMs deactivated from their
The importance of the SIM Registration Exercise is to develop and build a SIM database with integrity which will assist in curbing fraudulent activities.
The NCA continues to urge all subscribers to complete their SIM registrations with their Ghana Cards to avoid deactivation.