As the deadline of July 31 approaches, MTN Ghana is asking its customers to take advantage of the more than 6,735 community registration points set up to have their biometric data recorded and register their SIM cards.
All SIM cards in Ghana must now be registered, according to the Ministry of Communications and Digitalization.
It is planned for the registration process, which began in October 2021, to expire on July 31, 2022.
On Saturday and Sunday, MTN offices will be open for business to assist the many clients who have not yet registered their SIM cards, according to officials.
Shaibu Haruna, the Chief Sales and Distribution Officer of MTN Ghana, claims that registration agents can assist clients who need to register their SIM cards in markets, truck stops, and other key locations.
Additionally, MTN is assuring clients that its branches will be open this Saturday and Sunday to assist customers with SIM card registration as well as other customer services.
“We urge every subscriber to abide by 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.
Just keep an eye out 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 expedite the procedure.