Lebanon bans illegally imported handsets
- Lebanon: Wednesday, January 30 - 2013 at 07:16
Lebanese telecoms ministry has made it mandatory for importers of mobile phones to register each imported handset starting from March at local network operators, Alfa and Touch, Business News has reported. The move aims to control the illegal importation of mobile phones into the country. The network operators are required to maintain a database of the serial identification number for each handset, or the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI). The handset will not be able to enter into service unless it is identified by the networks.
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