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SPORTSO.GA - The Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Information (Kominfo) issued a press release number 62 / HM / KOMINFO / 02/2018 dated February 28, 2018 on Termination of Gradual Telecommunication Prepaid Card Service.

As quoted by Sportso.ga on the website Kominfo.go.id, (1/3/2018) self-day.


Public Relations Bureau of Kominfo in a press release mentioned in connection with the re-registration period of prepaid cellular number ended on February 28, 2018 is notified the following matters:

The deadline for re-registration of prepaid subscriber numbers of telecommunication services expires on February 28, 2018.

Customers who do not re-register until February 28, 2018, will be gradually blocking the service with the following provisions:


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

Under these circumstances, subscribers can still receive incoming calls and SMS and use internet data.

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.


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

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

As long as no total blocking has been done, the subscribers will still be able to re-register.

As of 28 February 2018 at 12.52 WIB, a total of: 305,782,219 subscriber numbers have been registered.

Read: This is the Time Limit and How to Register a Prepaid Card, Telkomsel Provides Bonus to Customer

The Government expresses gratitude to all customers who have registered and used NIK and Nos. KK properly and right in accordance with the laws and regulations.

People are urged not to use NIK and No. KK without the right to register, including those obtained from the internet and other sources, as it is a violation of law.


How to re-register

Meanwhile, quoted by Serambinews.com from Kompas.com (28/2/2018)

Registration via SMS (Free)


> Indosat Ooredoo:

   - New user: sending SMS to 4444 with 16 digit NIK # 16 digit HO number format

   - Users old: send SMS to 4444 with format # 16 digit NIK # 16 digit KK #


> Smartfren:

    - New user: sending SMS to 4444 with 16 digit NIK # 16 digit HO number format

    - Users old: send SMS to 4444 with format # 16 digit NIK # 16 digit KK #


> Telkomsel:

   - New customer: send SMS to 4444 with REG16 digit NIK # 16 digit KK #

   - Users old: send SMS to 4444 with format 16 digits NIK # 16 digit KK #


 > Tri (3):

   - New user: sending SMS to 4444 with 16 digit NIK # 16 digit HO number format

   - Users old: send SMS to 4444 with format # 16 digit NIK # 16 digit KK #

> XL Axiata:

    - New customer XL: send SMS to 4444 with format # 16 digit NIK # 16 digit KK number

    - Users old: send SMS to 4444 with format # 16 digit NIK # 16 digit KK number


Register via internet

If registration via SMS is unsuccessful / fails due to several things, such as heavy traffic, prepaid SIM card customers can register or re-register through the site of each mobile operator.

Registration via operator outlet

In addition to the site, XL, Indosat and Tri users can also register by visiting each operator's outlet by bringing their family card and KTP documents.



Special users of Telkomsel, in addition to coming directly to GraPari, customers can also request assistance through Telkomsel's call center at 0807 1 811 811 Registration process usually lasts the longest 1 x 24 hours.

If registration is successful, the user will receive a reply saying if the registration is successful.
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