Have you linked your SIM card yet? If no, then dial *404# to start the process by linking your SIM Card to your Ghana Card. In a post sighted by TheGhanaTech.com, more than half the population of the country has registered their SIM card.
The SIM registration process will end on 31st March, therefore the telcos and the NCA is urging every individual in the country to register their card before the process ends. In a post sighted by TheGhanaTech.com, any person who fails to register his or her SIM will get the card deactivated.
It has come to notice that, some of the authorized agents charge a fee for the registration process. The National Communications Authority has therefore announced that “existing subscribers should not pay agents to be registered but only new subscribers only pay for new SIM card(s), not registered”.
In an interview made by TheGhanaTech.com, most people were complaining that they don’t receive any message after they are done with the second stage of the registration. According to the network service providers, it sometimes happens that, the system failed to complete the stage or the complete process may be pending.
How to check if your SIM card has been Registered Successfully
In this tutorial, TheGhanaTech.com will show you how to check if your SIM has been successfully registered. For you to check your SIM registration status, you need to complete both 1st stage and 2nd stage of the registration process. Kindly follow the steps carefully to check your SIM status.
- On your mobile phone, kindly dial *400#
- Some informations will pop up regarding (Your name, Unique code and the status)
Note: If you check your SIM status and you see (Your Name, Unique code and b-captured: Yes) it means that the registration process has successfully gone through. But if you check and you see only (Your Name, Unique code) it means that the registration process couldn’t go through and with this, you will need to visit any nearest telcos office to complete the final stage again.