Central African Republic starts registering mobile users' ID

Wednesday 30 July 2014 | 08:41 CET | News
The Central African Republic's telecom regulator, ART, and the country's mobile operators, Orange, Telecel, Moov, and Azur, started registering mobile phone customers' identification on 26 July, ART director general Moustapha Saboun announced at a press conference. The operation is part of the Brazzaville agreements sought to improve security in the country, reports Agence Ecofin. The operation is starting with a month-long awareness raising period. Sim card owners are requested to provide their details at the risk of having their lines suspended. Customers who do not have any ID must come to

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Azur / Moov / Orange / Telecel
Countries: Central African Republic
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