The Star (Nairobi)

12 January 2013

Kenya: 2.4 Million Unregistered SIM Cards Switch Off So Far-CCK

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A poster encouraging people to give up their fake phones.

Mobile phone service providers have so far switched off more than 2.4 million unregistered SIM cards. Safaricom is leading the pack at 1.2 million, Orange has disconnected 520,000, Airtel 365,266 and Yu 323,000 lines.

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Millions of SIM Cards Blocked in Kenya

A poster encouraging people to give up their fake phones.

More than two million unregistered SIM cards have been switched off so far, as government continues its move to reduce crime and terrorism related activities. Read more »