Bahrain TRA extends SIM registration deadlines for postpaid

The regulator has extended the deadline to 2 September
Bahrain TRA has extended the deadline for postpaid SIM registration.
Bahrain TRA has extended the deadline for postpaid SIM registration.

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In its effort to enable subscribers who have not registered their postpaid SIM-cards during Ramadan, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) in the Kingdom of Bahrain announces that the due date for registration of postpaid SIM-cards has been extended by (3) months, the new deadline is the 2 September 2018.

Failing to register within the specified period will result in suspension of the service on a temporary basis, failing to register again during the suspension period will result in final deactivation by the 2 December 2018. This initiative is part of the Authority’s on-ongoing efforts to protect and safeguard subscribers from fraud and identity theft.

TRA advises subscribers to visit their service providers and present verification documents to complete registration and avoid deactivation.

For more information, consumers can contact TRA’s Consumer Call Center on 81188.

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