Over 4 million Kenyan SIM cards switched off

From Thu Feb 7 2013, 06:37:32

Kenyan mobile phone operators report that, collectively, over four million unregistered SIM cards out of a targeted 6.1 million have been barred. Safaricom, Yu, Airtel and Orange Kenya said that the overall registration process saw more than 70 percent of users comply with the new regulations and SIM registration. Still, over one million users could see their phones [...]

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