Don’t worry, mobile phones don’t shut down even if they aren’t registered

Don’t worry, mobile phones don’t shut down even if they aren’t registered

The government has announced in its budget speech that it will launch Mobile Device Management System (MDMS) from next fiscal year.

This means, “Mobile phones without IMEI number registration will not work from July 1.” It asks the mobile user ‘If the mobile you are using is not registered, will it not work?’ The question has been raised.

There are many such mobiles in the villages since they could not register now. Will all of them be shut down to avoid mobile user service?

In the midst of this dilemma, we have asked the regulatory body the question, if the current mobile registration is not done, will it be made?

The authority has clarified, ‘Even if any mobile phone is not registered, it will not be switched off. They run as usual. ‘

NEA has said that even if the mobile device management system comes into operation on July 20, it will not affect the existing mobiles.

Achutananda Mishra, co-spokesperson of the Nepal Telecommunication Authority, said that there would be no problem with the mobile phones.

“I also talked to President Zhou,” Mishra told ICT News. “He told me there would be no problem with the current mobile phone.”

You have to register the IMEI number of the current mobile. Mishra said that it was an old rule but the current mobile phones will not be switched off from July 20.

“Right now, all services are based on mobile. It is embarrassing to turn off all the mobiles at once. Mobile phones with seams are not being switched off ‘, he said.

However, he informed that the mobile phones entering Nepal from July 20 will be blocked if they are not registered.

How to register IMEI number?

Note: The online registration system is not working due to increasing pressure and migration. The authority working to resolve the issue has informed ICT News. Once the problem of online registration site is solved, registration can be done through the following process.

NEA has also made arrangements to register IMEI number online for that click here Do it

After that, you can register by clicking on Individual and entering the required details. The site’s server is currently down.

Also you click here You can find out if your IMEI number is registered or not. You can find out the IMEI number of your mobile by dialing * # 06 #.

When dialing this, the mobile supports only one SIM and shows only one IMEI number. If the mobile supports 2 SIMs, it shows 2 IMEI numbers. If there are 2 IMEI numbers, both the numbers have to be registered with NEA.

When will the Chabahil system come into operation?

NEA is setting up a mobile device management system in Chabahil, Kathmandu. Its’ secondary site and civil construction work is ready.

Work there has been affected by the closure of international flights due to the ban. The equipment to keep the data center in Chabahil has not arrived and the technical team to connect, test and operate has not arrived. Mishra said it would take 1-2 months to complete the work of the data center in Chabahil.

NEA had signed an agreement with Malaysian company M / s Numera Company for the purchase of Mobile Device Management System (MDMS) at a cost of Rs. The company will operate and manage this system for 5 years.


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Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is the owner of RabinsXP who is constantly working for increasing the Internet of Things (IoT) in Nepal. He also builds android apps and crafts beautiful websites. He is also working with various social services. The main aim of Lamichhane is to digitally empower the citizens of Nepal and make the world spiritually sound better both in terms of technology and personal development. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal.

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