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SIM cards not registered completely to be deactivated on Nov. 30 – Communications Minister

SIM cards not registered completely to be deactivated on Nov. 30 – Communications Minister

Ghana News
SIM cards that have been linked to Ghana Cards but not done the second phase of registration will be blocked from accessing data services on November 20 and completely deactivated on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. The Communications and Digitalisation Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, announced this in a statement issued on Friday, November 11. She said an announcement will be made on measures to accommodate persons who do not have Ghana Cards to register their SIM cards. This is expected to take place after ongoing consultations have been completed, she noted. Currently, a total of 30,011,082 SIM cards have been linked to Ghana Cards, thereby completing the first phase of the registration process. As of November 9, 20,892,970 subscribers had completed both the linkage and capt...
Self-service App In The Offing, Ghanaians Abroad To Use Their Passports – Minister Reveals

Self-service App In The Offing, Ghanaians Abroad To Use Their Passports – Minister Reveals

Africa News, Ghana News, International
Ghanaian nationals living overseas will now get the opportunity to register their SIM cards as the Ministry of Communications extends the deadline for the SIM card registration.The Minister for Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, making submissions on Peace FM's ''Kokrokoo'', revealed that the Ministry is creating a Self-service app to enable Ghanaians abroad to register their SIM cards.She expounded that, by this app, the data of all Ghanaians abroad will be collected.''Those with Ghana cards can register their SIM cards using the app whereas those who haven't acquired their Ghana cards yet will be notified via SMS and other text message platforms to register for the Ghana card as soon as they return to Ghana.''On registering the SIM cards while overseas, the Minister noted th...

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