The Communications Authority of Kenya rolled over Sim cards registration across the country. Kenyans however complained since they were forced to queue for hours ahead of the registration deadline.
It however emerges that many Kenyans were caught up with the April 15 deadline. However, it emerges that the Communication Authority of Kenya Director General Ezra Chiloba has hinted about possibility of extending the Sim Cards registration for the many Kenyans who have not yet re-registered their sim cards.
The unregistered sim cards risk being blocked as mandated by law which requires all details to be resubmit for the active phone numbers.
However, some networks such as Telcom came up with an online platform for their customers to re-register their numbers.
More good news have emerged for Kenyans since Safaricom has reportedly come up with a new platform for Kenyans who have not yet re-registered their sim cards. They are supposed to do so at the comfort of their homes. This is relief for Kenyans who thought that they would lose their phone numbers since they can now register online.
This information was shared by Oliver Mathenge who stated, "Finally SafaricomPLC has provided a place where you can self update your SIM details and confirm your registration."
The Safaricom customers are supposed to re-register their sim cards through the following link: https://safaricom.com/account/kyc-upload
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