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23 Feb 2022
Indications emerged at the weekend that two of the licensed telecoms Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos) have returned their licences to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).
16 Dec 2021
As part of the strategic plan to address infrastructure deficit in the telecommunications sector, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has directed the licensed Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos) to move to site.
8 Dec 2021
The planned nationwide broadband deployment is being threatened by the slow takeoff of the licenced Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos), despite a longer tenor and cheaper licence costs...
20 Jan 2021
The Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) has projected that except there are interventions, new sets of challenges await the Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos).
28 Oct 2020
Broadband has become a key priority of the 21st Century, and its transformative power is fast becoming an enabler for economic and social growth. This makes it an essential tool for empowering people, creating an environment that nurtures....
19 Oct 2020
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is to review the current Infrastructure Companies (InfraCo) framework, and make available funding options.
1 Apr 2020
The Federal Government is expected to finalise a counterpact funding for the final take off of Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos) by third quarter, 2020.
23 Jul 2019
Infrastructure Companies (infraCos) expected to drive broadband penetration in Nigeria would have access to the N65 billion subsidies over the next four-years.
29 Mar 2019
Early this week Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, said it has concluded process for the disbursement of subsidies to the six licensed Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos).
23 Mar 2018
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has said it will license more Infrastructure Companies (Infracos), auction additional spectrums to deepen broadband Nigeria is left with just 8 per cent to attain the 30 per cent broadband target set by the Federal Government for the end of this year. Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman, NCC, said that…
23 Jun 2017
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said it would license the remaining five Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos) awaiting permit by July. Prof. Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman, NCC, made this known at the Tell Communications Ltd. Awards, 2016, held in Lagos.
29 Sep 2016
Activities of Value Added Services (VAS) providers in the telecommunications sub-sector have added about N30 billion to the Nigerian economy within the last few years.

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