In recent, SIM registration has been taken with less seriousness ; somthing that has exposed many to fraudsters.The three telecommunication companies which are Safaricom, Airtel have issued a strict regulations regarding sim registration and replacement by their subscribers due to data and security which is in line with the Communications Authority of Keny (CAK) cardinal obligation.
The three network companies posted on their social media platforms indicating the regulations outlined by the authority concerning SIM registration and Replacement identification. In a notice, it will be deemed as an offence by registering a line without subscribers providing their original identification documents i.e Valid national Identity card or a passport. This will ensure that cases of fraud and impersonation that have been witnessed are reduced to the lowest extreme.
Those who wish to get the proper information should therefore follow the communications authority of Kenya website should visit the CAK website and get the regulations that have been laid down.
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