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What You Should Do If You Linked Your NIN to Your SIM and Still Got Barred, According to NIMC

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Even after linking their National Identity Number (NIN) to their MTN, Airtel, Glo and 9mobile SIMs, some Nigerians still cannot make outgoing phones as their lines remained barred. The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has explained what caused this and the step everyone affected should take. SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM What You Should Do If You Linked Your NIN to Your SIM and Still Got Barred, According to NIMC What could cause being barred despite NIN-SIM linkage? In a tweet sighted by SGT on Thursday, April 21, the commission explained that if a telecom subscriber links their NIN to their SIMs and the line(s) remained barred, it could be a result of SIM registration information being inconsistent with the NIN records. What is the way forward? To fix the problem, the commission said affected subscribers should visit designated centres of their service pro

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