SIM registration update required to avoid disconnection

The Department of Posts and Telecommunications has announced that SIM cards will be deactivated if their registration is not updated before the end of October.
Currently, SIM card registration data and information are undergoing verification against the National Database of the Ministry of Immigration and Population.
Regarding SIM card registration, the Department of Posts and Telecommunications announced its intention to deactivate SIM cards that had not been registered by 31 January this year, and some SIM cards were deactivated on 16 February.
On 26 September, the Ministry of Transport and Communications issued orders and instructions to re-register SIM cards. This measure aims to protect the interests of mobile communication service users, financial services, and e-commerce, as well as combat criminal activities. It has been explicitly informed that failing to systematically sell SIM cards and re-register them after transfer will result in action taken under Section 72 of the Telecommunication Law.
If SIM card users receive a notification message (SMS) urging them to re-register and prevent the deactivation of their SIM cards, they can do so at their respective mobile operators’ shops. Additionally, the Department of Posts and Telecommunications has issued a notice advising users to promptly re-register their SIM cards with the correct information from their citizenship scrutiny cards (CSCs) on the official websites of the respective operators. — TWA/KZW

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