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SIM card re-registration extended to September 30

SIM card re-registration extended to September 30th

SIM card re-registration extended to September 30

SIM card re-registration extended to September 30th – Ursula Owusu- Ekuful

The SIM card re-registration deadline has been extended to September 30th. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has the details.

The SIM card re-registration deadline has been extended to September 30th, 2022. The news comes from minister of state in charge of telecommunications Ursula Owusu-Ekuful who made the announcement on Joy FM’s this afternoon. A new fee of GH¢5 will be charged for new subscribers.

What SIM Card Re-Registration Is About

The process of re-registering your SIM card is about updating your information with your service provider. This includes your name, address, and other contact information.

By updating this information, you will be able to keep using your SIM card without any interruption in service.

What Will Happen If You Don’t Re-Register

If you don’t re-register your SIM card, you will not be able to use it after September 30th. Your phone number will be disconnected and you will lose any unused airtime or data on your account.

You will also not be able to port your number to another network. So if you haven’t done so already, make sure you re-register your SIM card before the end of September!

How To Re-Register Before Time Runs Out

The process of re-registering your SIM card is simple and can be done online or at any mobile network provider’s office. To do so, you will need to provide your name, address, and ID number (Ghana Card).

The re-registration period was originally set to end on July 31st, but has since been extended to September 30th. If you have not yet registered your SIM card, be sure to do so before time runs out!

Who Should Re-Register

All SIM cards must be re-registered by September 30th. This includes both new and existing SIM cards. If you have more than one SIM card, you will need to re-register each one individually.

The process is simple and only takes a few minutes. You will need to provide your name, address, and ID number (Ghana Card).
Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, Minister of Communications, announced that the deadline for SIM card re-registration has been extended to September 30th.

Benefits Of Re-Registration

1.If you have not yet registered your SIM card, you have until September 30th to do so.
2.Re-registering your SIM card is important because it helps to ensure that only active and valid subscribers are using the network.
3.Inactive or invalid SIM cards can cause problems for the network, and can also be used for illegal activities.
4.By re-registering your SIM card, you are helping to keep the network safe and secure for everyone.

FAQs

1. What is the SIM card re-registration process?

The process of re-registering your SIM card is about updating your information with your service provider.

2. Why do I need to re-register my SIM card?

The process is simple and only takes a few minutes. You will need to provide your name, address, and ID number (Ghana Card).

3. How do I re-register my SIM card?

How to Register your SIM Card
  1. Dial *404#
  2. Enter Ghana Card PIN (Enter letters and figures without the hyphens)
  3. Confirm Ghana card PIN.
  4. Enter Surname and First Name(s)
  5. Enter Date of Birth (DDMMYY)
  6. Select Sex.
  7. Confirm details.
  8. Submit details provided after confirmation.

4. What happens if I don’t re-register my SIM card?
5. When is the new deadline for SIM card re-registration?

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