Federal Law No. 553-FZ dated December 30, 2020 requires that all mobile users be identified. This law entered into force on June 1, 2021.
Government Decree No. 844 dated May 31, 2021 requires organizations and individual entrepreneurs to provide mobile operators with information about users and equipment using corporate SIM cards.

This information is to be submitted through the public services portal either by users or employers provided users approve the information provided for submission in their account on the public services portal.

User details

  • Subscriber number
  • SIM card user data
  • Organization name (or full name of individual entrepreneur)

Equipment

  • Subscriber number
  • Taxpayer identification number (INN)
  • Name of legal entity/individual entrepreneur (owner of equipment)
  • Equipment address (in case of permanent/immovable installation)
  • Subscriber address (for non-stationary equipment)
  • Operator name and Main State Registration Number (OGRN)
  • Equipment type, name, and identification

Timeline

The details of new corporate SIM cards obtained after June 1 must be submitted before they start being used . When new SIM cards are used in equipment, this must be done at least three working days prior to use.

Corporate SIM cards in use before June 1 must be reported as follows:

  • By September 1, 2021 March 1 2023 (September 1, 2021 Government decree) – equipment that uses SIM cards;
  • By November 30 – users of corporate SIM cards.

Measures and sanctions

If user details are not provided, or erroneous details are submitted, the operator will send a notice to the organization or individual entrepreneur. And if the notice remains unanswered, the operator will exclude the number from the contract.

In case of change of details, the operator must be notified within three working days of the date of changes.