Ministry of Communications and Informatics: As long as it has not been blocked Total, Customers Can Still Re-Registration

By : Ahmad Fadli Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, March 01 2018 - 16:00 IWST

 Jumpar Pers Terkait Registrasi Ulang Kartu Prabayar oleh Dirjen Postel Kominfo Bersama Seluruh Operator, di Kantor Kemenkominfo, Foto: INDUSTRY.co.id
Jumpar Pers Terkait Registrasi Ulang Kartu Prabayar oleh Dirjen Postel Kominfo Bersama Seluruh Operator, di Kantor Kemenkominfo, Foto: INDUSTRY.co.id

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Although the 28th of February became the last day of re-registration of prepaid cards, but no total blocking has been done.

 "As long as there is no total blocking, customers still can re-register," the written broadcast of Kominfo, Wednesday (28/2/2018).

The stages of blocking services will be done as follows:

1. Starting March 1, 2018, blocking outgoing call service and outgoing SMS service.

"Under these circumstances, subscribers can still receive incoming calls and SMS and use internet data," the Ministry of Communications and Informatics declared.

2. If the customer does not register until March 31, 2018, then starting April 1, 2018, the blocking of incoming call service and receiving incoming SMS service.

In these circumstances, customers can not make outgoing calls and outgoing short message service, nor can they receive call and SMS services.

"Blocking does not include internet data services," wrote the Ministry of Communications and Informatics.

3. If the customer does not register until April 30, 2018, then on May 1, 2018 done total blocking.

In these circumstances, customers can not make calls and outgoing SMS, cannot receive calls and SMS, and cannot use internet data services.

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