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We understand your frustrations; NCA to reduce congestion on SIM Registration

“We understand your frustrations”; NCA to reduce congestion at SIM registration centers.

The National Communication Authority in a press release has indicated that it intends to extend the deadline for the ongoing SIM card registration from March 31 if the need be.

The release indicated that, the NCA has no interest in deliberately preventing citizens from registering their SIM cards.

“For the NCA and the Ministry of Communication, one of the objectives of this is exercise is not to deprive people of using communication service. We want to make sure that people are using the communication services in a secured manner. We continue to monitor the process [and] if it gets to the stage where we have to extend the deadline, we will, because communication access is very critical for our development.”

Hitherto, the NCA in an earlier statement says it is exploring other means for the SIM re-registration exercise in order to ease congestion at the customer care centers of Mobile Network Operators. Among other measures to be taken include, the deployment of various ad-hoc registration points at various public areas, including lorry parks, churches, mosques and also, the creation of additional temporary centres at various State Owned Enterprise facilities, including, NCA regional offices, Community ICT Centers established by GIFEC and Post Offices, all in a bid to ease congestion at the customer care centers.

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Source: Adoanewsonline.com

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