The federal government has given a new directive announcing the lift of suspension on replacement and activation of old Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) card.
The director of public affairs of the National Communication Commission (NCC) Ikechukwu Adinde, gave the directive on Thursday, December 31.
However, the NCC stated that the person must have enrolled and obtained the National Identification Number (NIN).
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Speaking with newsmen, Adinde added that the action became necessary in line with the federal government’s desire to consolidate the achievement of the SIM card registration.
Ccnworldtech reporters gathered that the new directive was also conveyed by Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON).
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ALTON also empathized with those affected by the suspension;
“Further to engagements with government on the matter, we are pleased to report that our members have been granted permission to carry out SIM replacement upon verification of the customer’s NIN. In this regard, our members are working with the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) to ensure seamless system.
“We empathise with people who have been unable to reactivate their phone lines as a result of the suspension. We, therefore, seek the continued patience and understanding of our esteemed subscribers as we work with all stakeholders towards speedy resolution of issues affecting SIM Registration/Swap and activation. We assure you of restoring normal services in a seamless and effective manner as soon as possible.”
In another news, the federal government on Tuesday, December 22, announced the approved enrolment centres where Nigerians in Diaspora can register for the NIN.
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