According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that Mobile operators have allegedly deactivated over two hundred and eighty thousand Sim cards that had been registered with wrong IDs.
Addressing this issue, the Safaricom company has claimed that this move is being made to reduce the increasing number of Sim Card fraud among other online crimes that are related to criminals who often get their hands on people's Sim Cards only to use them for their own gain.
According to the reports given by Safaricom, it has been revealed that more Sim Cards will be deactivated and for this reason, kenyans have been urged to make sure they stay vigilant and at the same time, make sure that their lines are are registered by the Safaricom company in order to avoid this inconvenience.
While reacting to this incident, kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions on the matter have called upon Safaricom to use their digital methods to contact kenyans due to the fact that Alot of people are currently busy in the midst of the increasing cost of living in the country despite.
According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that it is so unfortunate that the renowned company is currently making life hard for kenyans despite the fact that Alot of people are focusing on making ends meet as the economy and the cost of living in the country Keeps on rising.
Timothy... I don't understand, why can't they just use the information they have in their system because people are honestly tired of all of this dramas.
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