Foreigners to activate SIMs every six months, says NCC
Reports from various sources including punchng.com made it clear that foreigners who are exempted from enrolling for the National Identity Number will have to request for Subscriber Identity Module activation in every six months up to a period of two years.
The above condition was disclosed by the Nigerian Communications Commission in its new draft for ‘Business Rules and Operational Processes for Implementation of the National Policy for SIM activation, Replacement, and Other Key Telecommunications Operational Processes
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Their paramount point of discussion was that “NIN is mandatory for foreigners with legal residency status or those living in Nigeria for two years and above.
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“Then the rest of the foreigners who do not have a NIN, mobile network operators shall capture the resident’s details for NIN issuance as part of the NIN enrollment process, upon presentation of resident’s permits.” Information Guides Nigeria
In an expository term, if they fail to request for SIM activation at the end of the six-month period, the SIM would be deactivated. JAMB Result
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