Consolidating telecoms sector’s growth
As the saying goes, the reward for hard work is more work. This aptly fits the present circumstances surrounding the Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission...
Telcos to engage Senate on 5G as spending drops by 0.8 per cent
Telecommunications operators have expressed their readiness to work with both arms of the National Assembly on the fifth-generation (5G) technology deployment in Nigeria.
Adebayo: We must step up awareness on safety of 5G technology, devices
The situation demands more public enlightenment on the safety of mobile communications networks and devices.
ALTON reassures on safety of telecom towers on public health
Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) has once again debunked insinuations of health hazard of telecommunications towers.
Technology missing as Nigeria battles COVID-19
The dramatic spread of COVID-19 has disrupted lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses worldwide.
Telcos task FG on hitch-free services over Covid-19 crisis
Telecommunication operators under the aegis of Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) at the weekend tasked the Federal Government to ensure hitch-free services in spite of the crisis created by Coronavirus.
Vandalism cost may be passed to phone users
Operators renew calls for passage of CNI bill The rising cases of vandalism on telecoms infrastructure in the country would impact negatively quality of telephony services and slow fresh investments into the sector, the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has warned.Speaking on the recent attacks on telecoms infrastructure belonging to MTN and Airtel…
FG to catch Facebook, others in new tax net
Over-the-top (OTT) services providers such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Blackberry Messenger and many others, will soon be required to declare the revenue they generate from Nigerian consumers and pay taxes.
‘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.