Notice From TRC of Sri Lanka.



7:42 AM 2/9/2021

Once again TRC requested to check your mobile phone SIM registration of the user. To do this you have to Dial #132#1# from your Dialog mobile to verify updated ownership details of the respective connection. Dial #132# or *132# from your Mobitel connection to check the Registration details. So check it and make sure it is under your name. In Sri Lanka it is an offence to use a SIM card that is registered under another person's name and NIC.

Here is a special announcement from the TRC for the general public in Sri Lanka.
TRCSL is to Block all the unregistered mobile phones in Sri Lanka.
TRC of Sri Lanka has decided to block all the imported mobile phones that are not registered with the TRC.
This is to impose high security on the country’s' mobile phone system where no phone can't operate without a registered IMEI number.

TRC of Sri Lanka (TRCSL), has requested the public not to contact them directly if a mobile phone is phone lost or stolen.
Sri Lanka TRC will not investigate any of the lost or stolen mobile phones location or usage and will not record any complaints.
Any how they will provide necessary details during course of the police investigations. In Sri Lanka if anyone had lost her/his mobile phone must lodge a complaint immediately via the Police website. As per the IGP the complaint will be forwarded to the relevant police stations, Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) and respective mobile companies.

Notice.

Speech is a fundamental right but it should be used in a way not to shatter the smooth functioning of the society making personal, defamatory or hate statements using a telecommunication system or using social media (Facebook, Twitter) or by SMS or making calls should not be done. Sending someone an indecent obscene, rebellious, prudent, threatening, extremely unpleasant messages or giving someone telephone calls to cause distress or annoyance without a valid reason is committing an offence and if found guilty is an offence liable for a penalty prison term or both. (In terms of Sections 58 and 59 of the Sri Lanka Telecommunication Act No 25 of 1991). It is your responsibility to use the freedom of speech only for wholesome communication.

A message from the Telecommunication Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka.
276, Alvitigala Mawatha,
Colombo - 08
Tel: 1900

Source: Sundaytimes

A Note to you

Public holidays, Sundays and Poya days are the best time to make low priced calls to any part of the world from Sri Lanka through out the day and night.

International country code of Sri Lanka is +94 or 0094.