The SIM Card registration Self-Service Application (App) has been released.
The App is intended for subscribers who have done Stage 1 of their SIM card registration to complete Stage 2, a statement issued by the National Communications Authority (NCA) said on Friday August 26.
The App called ‘GH SIM SELF REG’, is currently available for downloads on google play store, the statement added.
It will be available on the Apple Store soon, the NCA said.
Self-Service App Released as Additional Means to Complete Sim Card Registration
- Users should have completed their stage 1 (*404#) to use the App
- The App currently accepts Ghana Card only
- The App is currently available on the Google Play Store
Accra, 25th August, 2022: The SIM Card Registration Self-Service Application (App) has been released. The App is intended for subscribers who have done Stage 1 of their SIM card registration to complete Stage 2.
The App, called GH SIM SELF REG, is currently available for download on the Google Play Store. The App provides another means for telecom subscribers to complete their SIM Card Registration using the Ghana Card; subscribers who prefer to physically go to their Service Provider’s registration points to complete Stage 2 can still do so.
The benefits of the Application include providing convenience for subscribers as they can register in the comfort of their homes, offices or other convenient locations.
The App will be available on the Apple Store soon.
The NCA urges subscribers to reach out to its Operational Support Centre via toll free number 0800-110-622 or the Authority’s handles on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn or the NCA’s website, www.nca.org.gh for any enquiries or for more information about the App.
Download steps on how to use the application below:
Issued by the National Communications Authority:
No. 6 Airport City, Accra
Tel: (0)30 – 2776621/2771701 or 050-145-1522/3
E-mail: [email protected]
Date –25th August, 2022
The decision to introduce the App was announced by Minister of Communications and Digitalization, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful.
In announcing an extension of the deadline in re-registering SIM cards on Sunday, July 31 she said “The SIM Registration App will be available for download on both android and IOS this week barring any unforeseen circumstances.
“Each registration via the app will be subject to a 5 cedi surcharge.”