When Is The MTN Ghana Blocking All SIM Cards In Ghana And Why

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I have seen many requests by mobile users asking When Is The MTN Ghana Blocking All SIM Cards In Ghana And Why the telco will block many subscribers across the country.

MTN Ghana issued a warning to its cherished customers using the mobile network, that all unregistered SIM cards will be blocked from 31st July, 2022 — if subscribers fail to register their SIM Card numbers with their Ghana Card.

Why Will MTN Ghana Block All Unregistered Customers

MTN Ghana has remained to be one of the major telco operators in the communication industry, and there are many customers using the services of the mobile telecommunication company. Hence, the mobile network is asking its cherished mobile subscribers to register by merging their numbers to their Ghana Cards as directed by the Government of Ghana.

The Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Serlom Adadevor disclosed on Wednesday June 22, 2022 — MTN Ghana had over 60 percent of its customers out of 15.8 million who have completed the merger process.

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He noted that about 10.8 million others representing 40 percent of MTN subscribers have also completed only the first process involving self-service who must necessarily go to any of the set up bio registration centres in the country to complete their National Identification process in compliance with the government’s policy directive.

Is It True That SIM Card Will Be Blocked?

As part of Government of Ghana directives under National Communication Authority, all mobile network subscribers must register their SIM Cards and merge with the NIA Ghana Card.

If you are part of those who are yet to register your SIM Card and merge it with the Ghana Card, kindly check the reason why your SIM Card will be blocked. MTN Ghana To Block All Unregistered SIM Cards After 31st July.

How To Prevent Your SIM Card From Blocking As MTN Ghana Subscriber

Many people have been asking Is it true that SIM card will be blocked, and how do I prevent my SIM Card from blocking as MTN Subscriber in Ghana.

  • Register your MTN SIM Card in Ghana
  • Merge your MTN SIM Card to Ghana Card

As MTN Ghana subscriber, the best way to prevent your SIM Card from blocking is to register your SIM Card and merge your Ghana Card number to your SIM Card details. Here is a complete guide below.

How To Register Your MTN Ghana SIM Card

There are a lot of guides published to walk you through how to register your MTN SIM Card with identity card in Ghana, check your MTN SIM Card registration details as well, and learn how to update your MTN SIM Card registration details as a Ghanaian.

How To Register Your SIM Card With Ghana Card

To register your MTN SIM Card with the Ghana Card, you should follow the simple guide below.

  • Dial the shortcode, *404#
  • Enter your Ghana Card PIN (Enter letters and figures without the hyphens)
  • Confirm your Ghana card PIN.
  • Enter Surname and First Name(s)
  • Enter Date of Birth (DDMMYY)
  • Select Sex.
  • Confirm details.
  • Submit details provided after confirmation.
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Complete Your MTN Biometric SIM Registration Using The App

You can complete your MTN Biometric SIM Registration using the App by MTN Ghana to help you stay at home and get your SIM card registered easily for you.

You can read more about how to complete Your MTN Biometric SIM Registration using the MTN App in Ghana.

How To Register MTN SIM Card Yourself

Register your MTN SIM card and avoid being blocked. There is a probably to register MTN SIM Card yourself in Ghana, and you can learn more about how to register your MTN Ghana SIM Card yourself here.

How To Merge Your MTN SIM Card To Ghana Card

  • Dial the SIM registration code, *404#
  • Select the option 1 – register
  • Enter your Ghana Card number without the hyphen
  • Enter your surname
  • Enter your first name (s)
  • Provide your Date of Birth in systematic order. Day, Month and Year
  • Enter your gender. eg. Male/Female
  • Confirm your details provided

How To Check Your MTN SIM Card Details

To check your MTN SIM Card registration details in Ghana, is something you can do simply. Here is How To Check SIM Registration Details On MTN in Ghana.

  • Dial *400# on your phone to initiate the verification process.
  • Or you can send a blank text message to 400.
  • There will be a prompt on your phone screen containing the details of your identity used to register your SIM.
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MTN Ghana will send you SMS to display your SIM registration details. Here is sample below.

Name: EMMANUEL ATIGAH
Please dial *404# to link your Ghana Card to your SIM Card.

How To Update Your MTN Ghana SIM Details

MTN Ghana users can check and learn how to update their MTN SIM Card registration details easily. There is a useful guide that can walk you through how to update your MTN SIM Card details in Ghana.

In summary, MTN Ghana To Block All Unregistered SIM Cards After 31st July and this serves as a strong warning to cherished MTN customers across the nation and here is today’s update on When Is The MTN Ghana Blocking All SIM Cards In Ghana And Why.

Frequently Asked Questions About When Is The MTN Ghana Blocking All SIM Cards In Ghana

How many SIM cards can you use your Ghana Card to register?

How many SIM cards can you register with the Ghana card? Individuals can register a total number of 10 SIM Cards across all networks, and Foreigners will have a limit of 3 SIM Cards across all networks. No one should think that they can hide behind Businesses and register as many SIM Cards as they want.

Will My MTN SIM Card Be Blocked Tomorrow If Not Registered?

As in whether MTN Ghana will block your SIM Card tomorrow, we are yet to confirm under the directives of Minister of Communication and National Communication Authority.

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