TRA requires UAE mobile subscribers to re-register SIM after visa renewal
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, January 20 - 2013 at 04:29
UAE telecoms operator Du has said mobile subscribers in the country are required to re-register their SIM cards upon the renewal of their visas, Emirates 24-7 has reported. "This is a directive by the Telecoms Regulatory Authority (TRA), and so our subscribers will have submit their new documents whenever they renew or change their visas," said Yasser Al Yousuf, director of premium personal market at Du. "For the first re-registration our subscribers have to personally visit our counters, but we are working on providing different options for subsequent registrations and online will be one of them."
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