Nigerian telcos face distress as operational challenges worsen
Telecommunications operators in the country once seen as flourishing are today battling to survive due to unfavourable economic policies been implemented by the government.
Nigeria loses 21 telecoms operators in 10 years
The Chairman of the Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON), Gbenga Adebayo yesterday revealed that about 21 telecommunications operators...
NCC seeks inputs on internet code of practice
NCC said the establishment of internet industry code of practice is part of its Internet Governance function, but says it favours a multi-stakeholder model of engagement in the process of policy development for the Internet Governance.
ALTON urges CBN to prioritize allocation of Forex to Telcos
The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) has drawn the attention of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to the challenges its members...
Telecoms’ challenges persist
The advent of telecommunications and its growing access will continue to drive development process across all sectors of the economy. Indeed, the impact cuts across manufacturing...
Telcos slow down expansion of network coverage, capacity
Telecommunications operators have drastically reduced their efforts at expanding network coverage to underserved communities in the country as well as adding capacity, thereby frustrating federal ....
Subscribers want hitch-free telephony services in 2017
Subscribers have passionately called on telecommunications service providers in the country to offer them efficient services.Those who spoke with The Guardian bemoaned the state of telecommunications services in 2016.....
Telecoms subscribers to get poorer services as vandalism rises
Frustrations being experienced by telecoms subscribers on account of poor services will increase even further, if the activities of vandals, which seem to be on the upward swing in Nigeria’s telecommunications sector are not checked.