While a class or group of Ghanaians is taking a strong action against the NCA and other entities involved in blocking their SIM Card, after successfully completing their registration, some political leaders are however, blaming some Ghanaians for failing to participate in the process, leading to the alleged blocking of their chips.
Dear Minister of Communication and Digitization, Honorable Ursula Owusu, please do not extend the deadline on the sim card re-registration again. Even if you extend it till the end of the world, some people will still not register. That is the attitude of some Ghanaians.
The member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Honorable Sam Nartey George, has revealed that, Ghanaians whose SIM cards have been blocked should expect to temporarily gain access to it by tomorrow. He revealed that, NCA has quietly told the Telecommunication companies to stop call barring. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Friday, 9th September 2022, he wrote;
News broken indicates that, the National Communication Authority, NCA has redrawn it decision to block all unregistered sim card by September ending. This was reported by the citinewsroom.com Recall, the NCA recently made a press release informing the public about their next step relating to the sim registration.
This article is not made for promotion or advertisement for business or a products but rather to enlighten you on things you need to know about the re-registration exercise that is going on now. Re-registration of SIM cards started on 1st of October, 2021 which was supposed to end on 31st of March, 2022, but National Communication Authority (NCA) extended the end time to July 31st, 2022, all because many Ghanaians were not having their Ghana cards on them to do the re-registration.
“Do not wait! !”, the National Communications Authority (NCA) has warned persons yet to undertake the SIM card registration exercise ahead of the deadline in July this year. The NCA has advised subscribers to register their SIM cards to stay connected. On July 31, 2022, the NCA noted that all SIMs including Data ones which haven’t been registered will be disconnected.
Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, Minister of Communication and Digitalization, has warned mobile phone consumers to re-register their SIM cards or face sanctions. While warning Ghanaians of the impending deadline, she stated that service providers should not be held accountable for any punitive measures imposed after the deadline. "If you face such a fate as a result of your inactivity, please do not blame your service provider," said a Facebook post on Wednesday.
Minister of Communications and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu, has warned people who are yet to register their SIMs not to blame their Service Providers, if their inaction cause problems for them. In a post shared on her official Facebook page on Wednesday, 7th September 2022, he wrote that he has informed the media during her most recent meeting that the SIM registration exercise would not be extended past September 30.
As part of measures to curb fraudulent acts and ensure secured system, Ghanaians are compelled to register their Sim cards with their National ID primary the Ghana Card. This exercise started some where in October 2021 where all Ghanaians were expected to register their Sim card with their Ghana card.
From Monday, September 5, 2022, mobile network subscribers in Ghana who have not yet re-registered their SIM cards or have just completed stage one re-registration may face disciplinary actions such as the suspension of all incoming calls and data services for 48 hours (2 days) per week.
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Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the minister of communications and digitization, has hinted that the deadline for SIM card registration won't be extended further. The Minister advised Ghanaians and everyone else who hasn't registered their SIM cards to take advantage of the current opportunity before it expires on July 31, 2022.
The National Communication Authority (NCA) has reported that the total number of data subscriptions in Ghana climbed to 23,692,581, a penetration rate of 76.94% as of the end of March 2022. The NCA says that Mobile Network Operator MTN ended the month of March with 16,919,512 mobile data subscriptions, clutching a market share of 71.41%.
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The Correspondence Service has declared it won't broaden the cutoff time for the cross country SIM card enlistment practice after July 31, 2022. As per the Area Pastor, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the Service and every significant party, including the Public Correspondence Authority (NCA) and the media transmission organizations have made a great deal of compromises to guarantee all Ghanaians register their cards.
This article is not made for promotion or advertisement for business or a products but rather to enlighten you on the number of people who have re-registered their SIM Cards with Ghana Cards. Re-registration exercise started on 1st of October, 2021 which will be ending on March 31st, 2022, but National Communication Authority have extended the ending date for all Ghanaians to be able to re-register their SIM Cards.
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As of the month of March 2022, the total number of voice subscriptions in Ghana has increased by 1.25%, the National Communications Authority (NCA) has published. This means that voice subscription is now 41,481,767 Compared to the 40,969,036 recorded in February 2022. Out of the total number of voice subscriptions recorded, telecommunication company MTN had the largest share of the market followed by Vodafone, ArtelTigo and then Glo.
The National Communications Authority has extended the deadline for registering SIM cards to July 31
The deadline for SIM card registration has been extended by the National Communications Authority (NCA) from March 31 to July 31, 2022. The NCA stated in a statement that updating the SIM Registration App for diplomat registration will take extra time. Simultaneously, a Self-Service SIM Registration App was being created to make SIM card registration easier for Ghanaians living overseas.