According to the rules of Telkomsel, here's how to register a simPATI card

According to the rules of Telkomsel, here's how to register a simPATI card – Doing the correct simPATI card registration method can actually provide many benefits for you as a customer. This is because the existence of an obligation to register is one of the government's efforts to prevent its misuse, such as several cases of fraud which are currently increasingly prevalent.

It turns out that the way to register a simPATI card is quite easy. Only required to attach the National Identity Number (NIK) on the KTP and Family Card Number (KK). Likewise for foreigners (foreign citizens) who wish to register, simply attach a passport, KITAP (Permanent Stay Permit Card), and KITAS (Temporary Stay Permit Card).

This simPATI card registration method is mandatory for all new customers and old customers. If you are still confused about how to register the simPATI card.

SimPATI Card Registration Method

Before starting to register, prepare the required documents, namely the Electronic KTP and Family Card (KK). However, what about prospective customers and existing customers who don't have a family card and electronic ID card yet? You can still register with the NIK whose information is in the KK. If you don't have a family card, you can't register.

Launching the Telkomsel website, there are two categories of simPATI card registration methods, the first for new users and the second for old users. Here's an explanation:

How to register a simPATI card for a new user:

Type: REG NIK#KK Number# send to SMS 4444

Example: REG 1234567890123456#3201060401130027#

How to register an old customer's simPATI card:

Type: REPEAT NIK#KK Number# send SMS to 4444

Example: REPEAT 1234567890123456#3201060401130027#

How to register a simPATI card for foreigners

How to register a simPATI card for foreigners by visiting telecommunications service provider outlets or telecommunications service provider partner outlets and bringing your identity card, namely a passport/KITAS/KITAP.

Then the store clerk will record the name, passport/KITAS/KITAP number, nationality and place and date of birth.

Consequences of Not Registering

There are several gradual consequences if you don't register. The following is as reported by Telkomsel:

  1. The blocking of outgoing call services and outgoing short message services (SMS) if you do not re-register no later than 30 (thirty) calendar days from the notification date the provisions for re-registration are enforced by the telecommunications service provider.
  2. Blocking of incoming call services and incoming short message services (SMS) if you do not re-register no later than 15 (fifteen) calendar days from the date of blocking of services as referred to in the first point.
  3. Internet service blocking if you do not re-register no later than 15 (fifteen) calendar days from the date of service blocking as referred to in point two.

Limit Number Number

The number of numbers that can be registered by prospective customers and existing customers can be registered by the customer concerned (self-registration) with a maximum of 3 (three) numbers for each NIK of each telecommunication service provider.

If more than 3 numbers are registered, then the 4th number and so on can be registered only through the telecommunications service provider outlets or telecommunications service provider partner outlets that will be used.

So, what about a number in the name of a corporation (not an individual)? The registration mechanism for corporate numbers must also be registered on behalf of customers (individuals). Registration of corporate numbers needs to be done by a responsible corporate official and the number is not limited.

Difference between Current and Previous Card Registrations

Prior Registration Conditions

  1. Registration with data of Identity Number, Name, Address, Place/Date of Birth, ROID (Retail/Outlet ID), Postal Code.
  2. There is no validation process.
  3. Can only be done by telecommunications service provider outlets and outlets owned by partners.

New Registration Terms

  1. Registration with data on the National Identity Number (NIK) and Family Card (KK) or NIK numbers listed on the electronic KTP and Family Card (KK).
  2. Must go through a validation process to the data recorded at the DUKCAPIL Directorate General
  3. It can be done by the customer concerned, telecommunications service provider outlets, outlets owned by partners, by contacting the contact center service.

Source : liputan6.com

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