Nigerians may pay more for data, voice calls in some states
Telecom companies acting under the aegis of Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) said they may have no choice but increase tariffs for voice calls and data over
Group decry hike in RoW charges, says will derail digital economy progress
Digital Economy Media Support Volunteers (DEMS Volunteers’) have described as unpatriotic, unimaginable and counter-productive, the supposedly hike in the prices of the Right of Way
‘Prices in telecoms sector not determined by political interventions – ALTON
Let me start by saying that in telecoms sector, prices are not determined by political intervention. We defer to our regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) as required by the Communications Act on all such matters.
Where CBN erred on new bank charges, by telcos
Days after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) reduced bank charges, telecommunications operators still feel issues negatively affecting them have not been sufficiently addressed.
Telcos claim N15tr contribution to economy, demand protection
Telecoms operators have contributed over N15 trillion to the Nigerian economy since the revolution started 18 years ago, latest data from the Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) have shown.
Telecoms operators insist on USSD charges
Telecommunications operators are insisting on implementing charges for the unstructured supplementary service data (USSD).The operators, especially MTN, had stopped the implementation of the N4 charge per 20 seconds for every USSD access to banking services...
Understanding the telecoms Automatic Voice Mail service
According to the Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON), Voicemail (VM) is a value-added service, and only those who opt-in should have it.
Telcos claim suspension of fuel supply to border areas will impact services
The directive by the by Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), to suspend the supply of petroleum products to filling stations within 20km of all border areas, could crumble telecoms operations in the country...