According to the minister, Using unregistered SIM card would be very costly after the deadline of the registration which is 30th September, 2022. She claimed there won’t be any form of change again.

On her Facebook page dated September 7th, 2022, the minister stated, “I informed the media during my most recent meeting that the SIM registration exercise would not be extended past September 30. After evaluation at the end of August, it has been determined that starting the disciplinary steps outlined in the NCA press release is prudent.

Additionally, any SIM that has not yet been completely registered will be unable to use voice and Internet services. Afterward, using unregistered SIMs will be more expensive.

At a subsequent press conference in September, the full scope of the sanctions will be revealed. If you suffer that fate as a result of your own inaction, kindly do not blame your service provider. To be forewarned is to be forearmed”.

To register your SIM card in Ghana you need only your Ghanaian Identification Card (Only Ghana Card) is needed.

 Registration points in Ghana at the moment:

  1. Accra Sports Stadium
  2. El-wak Sports Stadium (Premium Centre), Accra
  3. Kumasi Sports Stadium
  4. Ghana National Fire Service (Regional Office), Cape Coast
  5. Tamale Sports Stadium

NIA reminds all prospective applicants that the registration requirements as provided by law remain as follows:

  1. An original copy of a Birth Certificate; or
  2. An original copy of a valid Passport; or
  3. An original copy of a valid Certificate of Acquired Citizenship

Visit their website for more clarifications.

Source: HitzAfrik Radio Online

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