Mobile Network Operators
Twenty years after the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) licensed the first two Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) that birthed the revolution of Global System for Mobile (GSM) telecommunication...
When the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) licensed the first two Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) 20 years ago, no one envisaged how revolutionary that decision would be.
Telecommunications subscribers in the country lodged a total of 3,019 complaints against Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) in the first quarter of 2021.
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) growth last quarter of 2020 contracted, as statistics from the telecoms regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) showed...
30 Jan 2020
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), have been directed to ensure telephony services in Nigeria improve as fast as possible.The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ibrahim Ali Pantami, who directed this, said this is necessary to satisfy the teeming telephone subscribers in the country.
23 Jan 2020
Some 10.7 million lines were added to Nigeria’s telephone network in 2019. This made the country to finish the year with 184.7 million active telephone subscriptions. This resulted in 96.8 per cent teledensity penetration.
15 Jan 2020
When you look at all the stakeholders in the industry, I mean the regulator, consumers, the objective of government in terms of broadband and the digital economy, expectations of government regarding the development...
4 Sep 2019
Mobile Network operators (MNOs) in the country recorded on a collective basis, 0.25 per cent growth in second quarter, which ended in June. The figure showed a slight departure from the first quarter report of 0.48 per cent growth.
31 Jul 2019
About 268 local government areas (LGAs) in Nigeria, are currently without any form of fibre connectivity, thereby making telephony services in the area, next to nothing.
24 Jul 2019
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) in Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and other part of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) would be investing about $60 billion in their respective networks between last year and 2025.
5 Apr 2019
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), is working with the National Assembly to criminalise mobile phones sim card infractions, according to Mr Efosa Idehen, director, Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement of NCC, Idehen, at the regional sensitisation workshop with stakeholders in Enugu, said, it was the responsibility of NCC to ensure that Nigerians were safe using mobile phones.…
8 Dec 2017
The Value Added Service (VAS) segment of Nigeria’s $70billion telecommunications sector has been re-structured for improved service delivery.