As per the Information and Communication Technologies (Registration of SIM) Regulations 2023, all SIM card holders are required to re-register their SIM cards before 30 April 2024.

Failure to do so may result in deactivation and the risk of losing your phone number. Please ensure you complete the re-registration process before the deadline to avoid any inconvenience. Thank you for your cooperation.

Documents to be submitted

Mauritian Citizens

  1. Copy of your National Identity Card or Passport details
  2. Copy of recent proof of address (not later than 3 months)

Non-Citizens

  1. Copy of your passport
  2. Copy of residence/occupation permit
  3. Copy of recent proof of address (not later than 3 months)

Documents to be submitted

Mauritian Citizens

  1. National Identity Card or Passport details
  2. Recent Proof of address not later than 3 months
    (e.g. CWA/MT/CEB/Bank Statement/Landlord letter)

Non-Citizens

  1. Passport
  2. Residence/Occupation Permit
  3. Recent Proof of address not later than 3 months
    (e.g. CWA/MT/CEB/Bank Statement/Landlord letter)

Tourist

  1. Passport / any valid travel document
  2. Proof of address
    (e.g. booking of hotel or letter of accommodation)

How to re-register your SIM Card?