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.
Calls to decentralize clearing circuits for improved QoS, reduced cost
IKE Nnamani, chief executive officer, Medallion, a telecommunications voice clearing house operator has canvassed for the decentralization of clearing circuits in the country to improve quality of service....
Telcos begin to rebuild destroyed towers in North East
Telecommunications tower operators have commenced the rebuilding of destroyed towers in the troubled North-eastern part of the country, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
ALTON cautions FG on introduction of Communications Tax
Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) has cautioned federal government over the move to introduce communications tax saying that it will amount to double taxation.
‘Operators pay 26 different taxes, levies in Nigeria’
While opposition continued to mount against Federal Government’s plan of impose a fresh nine per cent tax on some activities in the ICT sector, the Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria ...
Telephone subscribers seek better services, tariff cuts
With telephony services hitting 15 years in Nigeria this week, subscribers have called for improved services and further cuts in tariffs.Today, with investment nearing $40 billion, and more operators coming in, there are now over 220 million connected lines...
Improving end-user satisfaction in Nigeria’s telecoms sector
Nigeria’s telecommunications sector has witnessed tremendous growth over the last 15 years. It has been adjudged as the largest market in Africa…thanks to the last Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rebasing in the country.