Register your sim card or risk deactivating your number or incurring penalties

In the Philippines, all SIM cards must be registered with the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) before they can be used. The process for registering a SIM card in the Philippines is as follows: 

Visit a mobile network operator (MNO) service center or authorized retailer: You will need to go to a physical location to register your SIM card. Make sure to bring a valid government-issued ID with you, as you will need to present it in order to complete the registration process.
  1. Fill out the SIM card registration form: The MNO or retailer will provide you with a SIM card registration form, which you will need to fill out with your personal information. This will typically include your name, address, and other identifying information.
  2. Provide proof of identification: In addition to filling out the SIM card registration form, you will also need to provide a valid government-issued ID, such as a driver's license, passport, or national ID card. The MNO or retailer may also ask for additional documentation, such as a utility bill or bank statement, to confirm your identity.
  3. Pay the registration fee: There is a fee associated with SIM card registration in the Philippines, which is typically around PHP 50 (about $1). You will need to pay this fee in order to complete the registration process.
  4. Wait for your SIM card to be activated: Once you have completed the SIM card registration process, the MNO or retailer will activate your SIM card and you will be able to start using it. This process can take a few hours or up to a day, depending on the MNO.
Here are some guides on how to register them if you are a Globe or Smart subscribers:

It is important to note that SIM card registration is mandatory in the Philippines, and all SIM cards must be registered in order to be used. Failure to register your SIM card can result in fines or other penalties.

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