An economist, Dr Matthew Otoide has commended the board, management and staff of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) for exceeding its projected revenue from spectrum license fees for 2021 from N36 billion to N150billion.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has distance itself from an online media report alleging that mobile telephony subscriptions in Nigeria somehow grew by 3,000,000 new subscribers in the first quarter of 2021, despite the suspension on the registration of new subscribers which took effect from December 9, 2020 and was only lifted in May, 2021.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), under the leadership of its Executive Vice-Chairman, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, has been commended for its ongoing initiative in building Information and Communication Technology (ICT) parks across the six-geo political zones of the country.
The Nigerian Communications Commission has promised to leverage the power of Information and Communication Technology in digitally transforming communities in Nigeria.
Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ibrahim Ali (Pantami) has urged all telecommunications Companies operating in Nigeria to improve the quality of services in order to satisfy their customers in the country.
State Governors under the auspices of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum, have resolved to address the lingering issue of Right of Way (RoW) charges in a bid to deepen broadband penetration in the country and promote a Digital Economy for a Digital Nigeria. The resolution followed a presentation made by Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, […]
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and the telecoms operators (Telcos), have given reasons for reallocating dormant Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards not in use for a validity period of 180 days, to another subscriber even without the knowledge of the original subscriber.
The number of subscribers leaving their mobile telecommunications service providers for other mobile networks increased by 216.09 per cent within a year period, investigation has shown.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that cybercrime/electronic fraud was among the issues challenging the consumers and telecommunications industry.
Experience of early depletion and rise in data consumption by telecoms consumers are not necessarily as a result of ‘illegal deductions’ or ‘sharp practices’ by Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) but more as a result of varied factors.