Some few days ago, the communication authority under the leadership of hon Ezra Chiloba announced that they were going to deactivate all unregistered safaricom, Telcom, airtel and other sim cards by tomorrow. Due to this, safaricom, Telcom and Airtel adviced their customers to register their lines by tomorrow 14th. However, many Kenyans have not registered their lines upto now.
Now, new self registraion process have been made available by Telcom and Airtel where their customers can now register their lines using their phones. In the case of Telcom and Airtel customers, all what you need to do is to dial *544*0*0# or *100*0#. After you have dialed this USSD, a message will be send to your phone.
On this message, their is a link which you will click to register your line. It will directly take you to registraion portal where you will upload the front and the back side of your national ID. After this, you will be notified to wait for 24 hours and 72 hours for Airtel and Telkom respectively so that you will know whether the registraion process was successful.
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