SIM Registration: MTN creates 6,735 for customers during weekend

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To stay connected on Ghana’s greatest network, MTN Ghana is pushing its users to register their SIM cards through the various community points by the deadline of July 31, 2022.

MTN is requesting that users find registration stations in their neighborhoods so that their biometric data can be collected. There are over 6,700 registration points throughout the nation.

Registration Agents are available to help clients who need to register their SIM cards from now until the end of the SIM registration exercise in all significant places, including markets, truck parks, and other key locations.

Customers of MTN are also given the assurance that their local branches would be open on Saturday and Sunday to serve them.

MTN Ghana’s Chief Sales and Distribution Officer, Shaibu Haruna stated: “We are encouraging all customers to comply with the SIM registration deadline of July 31, 2022.To make sure that any customer with a legitimate National ID Card may register easily, we have increased our agent network across the nation. Simply search for a registration agent nearby and contact them to get registered. Customers who have not yet linked their Ghana cards to their SIM cards are urged to do so by dialing *404# to facilitate the procedure”.

 

Mr. Haruna added that in addition to the many physical registration locations, the business has a website that enables a lot more clients to easily register their SIM cards.

“The MTN SIM registration web portal is a channel that can be used to expedite the registration, especially for customers with multiple SIM cards. We are urging our customers to take advantage of this portal to fast-track their registrations https://simregistrationportal.mtn.com.gh”.

MTN is investing a lot of resources in the process to make it convenient and simple for consumers who haven’t registered yet.As an incentive for customers to register prior to the deadline of July 31st, MTN is offering 1GB of data or 60 minutes of airtime.

The required registration of all SIM cards in Ghana was announced by the Ministry of Communications and Digitalization.

On July 31, 2022, the registration process, which began in October 2021, is expected to come to a finish.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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