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Ghana: MTN re-registers 600,000 SIMs blocked by NCA

MTN Ghana has re-registered 600,000 previously blocked SIM cards due to the National Communications Authority’s SIM card re-registration initiative.

This represents 11% of the SIMs re-registered

The total number of outstanding disconnected SIMs currently stands at 4.9 million at the end of September 2023.

Adhering to the SIM re-registration directive by the NCA, Ghana’s top telecommunications company blocked 5.4 million SIM cards that lacked registration with the Ghana card as of May 31, 2023.

But it was able to re-register about one-eleventh at the end of September 2023

This consequently decreased its subscriber base by 9.3% to 25.8 million.

The telecommunications giant has finalized its commitment to the national SIM re-registration process, with a focus on providing support to all customers in need to ensure a smooth and seamless re-registration.

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