SIM Card Registration for GOMO Subscribers (Step-by-Step Guide, Registration Link)

SIM Card Registration for GOMO Subscribers (Step-by-Step Guide, Registration Link)

Registration for a GOMO SIM card is simple; simply download the app to your mobile device and enter your information. Learn more here.

(UPDATED) The Philippine government has recently enacted the SIM Registration Act, which requires all SIM card holders in the country to register their cards through their telecommunications provider's registration portals. This new regulation has been put in place to combat scams and fraudulent activities that often occur through the use of unregistered SIM cards.

As a GOMO subscriber, you must be aware of this new regulation and take action to register your SIM card. The deadline for registering your SIM card is April 26, 2023. If you fail to comply with this deadline, your SIM card may be permanently deactivated. New subscribers must also register their SIM card before it is activated.

While some people may be concerned about privacy issues, the SIM Registration Act includes provisions to protect your personal information in accordance with the Data Privacy Act of 2012. Your personal data will be kept secure and confidential, and will not be used for any unauthorized purposes.

Registering your SIM card with GOMO is straightforward and convenient. All you need is the GOMO app, where you can easily input your account details and complete the registration process. Once you have input your details into the app, you will be considered registered, and your SIM card will remain active and usable.

You can access the GOMO sim card online registration portal by clicking the button/link below:

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How to register your DITO SIM Card?

Registering your DITO SIM card is just easy. You must first download the GOMO app from Play Store (Android) or App Store (Apple). From there, all you need to do is provide the required information, such as your email address, birth date, and complete name.

You may follow the simple steps outlined below:

Step 1 – Download the GOMO App

Even before the SIM Registration Act was implemented, this was the first step in activating a GOMO SIM. You must first download the GOMO app from the Play Store (for Android devices) or the App Store (for iOS devices). Once you've got the app installed, make sure your SIM card is properly inserted into your phone, and you're ready to move on to the next step.

Step 2  Open the app and enter GOMO number

You must launch the GOMO app on your device. When you open the app, you'll be prompted to enter your GOMO number in order to log in and activate your account. You must also enter the one-time password sent to your GOMO number.

Step 3  Fill out the required information

To continue with the SIM card registration process, you will be required to complete a form with your personal information. This includes your full name, gender, email address, and birthdate. After completing the form, accept the GOMO Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy, and click the "Create Account" button.

Step 4  Create a six-digit PIN

You will be asked to create a six-digit PIN to further secure your account. This PIN will be used to access your GOMO account in the app and must be kept confidential. This step is critical in ensuring the security of your account and personal information.

Step 5  Complete the registration process

After completing the previous steps, your GOMO SIM card is now successfully registered. You may now use your GOMO SIM card without any issues. Please note that if you did not upload a valid ID or a front-facing photograph, GOMO will inform you when you need to update your information.

Learn more about the GOMO SIM card registration below:

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Who is required to register their GOMO Sim?

As per the SIM Registration Act, all SIM card holders in the Philippines are required to register their SIM cards with their respective telecommunications providers. This means that if you are a GOMO subscriber, you must also register your GOMO SIM card. 

Failure to do so may result in the permanent deactivation of your SIM card. It is important to note that this regulation applies to all individuals and organizations who use GOMO SIM cards for their communication needs.

What if I fail to register my GOMO Sim?

If you do not register your GOMO SIM, you may be prosecuted for providing false or fictitious information, as required by the SIM Registration Act, which went into effect on December 27, 2022. To avoid this, register your SIM by downloading the GOMO app and following the steps to create your account. 

Beginning in March 2023, you will be required to provide your valid government ID via the app. If you do not register your SIM, you will be unable to use GOMO services, and your SIM will be deactivated.


SIM card registration for GOMO subscribers is a quick and simple process that can be completed in a few simple steps. With the implementation of the SIM Registration Act, all GOMO subscribers must register their SIM cards in order to protect their personal information and avoid permanent deactivation.

You can ensure that your SIM card is registered and ready to use by downloading the GOMO app, entering your GOMO number, filling out the required fields, creating a six-digit PIN, and successfully registering your GOMO account.

We hope that this step-by-step guide has given you a clear and comprehensive understanding of the GOMO SIM card registration process. If you have any questions or require assistance, you may contact the GOMO support team via Facebook Messenger. —iTacloban/AJ Yes/RDV


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