Smart and TNT set up more Assisted SIM Registration Booths for the Holy Week break

You can find them in transport hubs, gas stations, and convenience stores nationwide.

To make SIM registration more convenient for its subscribers, Smart and TNT will continue to set up assisted touchpoints at selected summer destinations, transport hubs, gas stations, and convenience stores nationwide, even during the Holy Week break.

The initiative aims to help subscribers who may need assistance in registering their SIMs, especially senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and those using non-data phones.

According to Alex O. Caeg, PLDT and Smart SVP and Head of Consumer Sales Group, “We hope to make SIM registration more convenient for our subscribers by setting up assisted touchpoints at transport hubs and summer spots during this extended break. As many Filipinos take this time to unwind, they can also go to any of the booths accessible to them and register hassle-free with the help of our friendly SIM registration staff.”

This activity complies with Republic Act No. 11934 or the Subscriber Identity Module Registration Act, which mandates all SIM users to register their SIMs by April 26, 2023. Recently, the DICT declared that they will not extend the SIM registration deadline.

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New and existing Smart Prepaid and TNT subscribers can register their SIMs at any of the assisted touchpoints, PLDT and Smart stores, or through Smart’s SIM registration portal at

Postpaid users can also register by texting YES to 5858, while Enterprise customers can confirm their registration through their authorized representatives.

Take note that all unregistered SIM cards by the end of the registration period will be deactivated, which will render them unusable for voice calls, text messaging, and other mobile data services. This also means any digital service you are using that relies on the SIM card, including social media, e-wallets like GCash and Maya, and mobile banking services will be affected. Here’s a rundown of what happens if you fail to register your SIM card.

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With the continued support and assistance of Smart and TNT, subscribers can enjoy uninterrupted access to mobile services and stay connected with their loved ones during this Holy Week break and beyond. is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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