Mobile Network Operators
For increased contributions to Nigeria’s economy in 2023, operators in the telecoms sector, largely Tier 2 players, have asked for fair and better treatment from the bigger players, especially the mobile network operators (MNOs).
The Federal Government has directed mobile network operators (MNOs) to reverse the 10 per cent hike in tariffs, especially on data services, which they implemented recently.
31 Aug 2022
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has made an upward review of the international termination rate (ITR) earlier pegged at $0.045 to $0.10 per minute in a bid to address concerns
19 Aug 2022
The Federal Government has ordered Flutterwave, Opay, Paystack, Monify and other operating payment systems to immediately cease transacting with online lending firms that are either under investigation or not duly registered.
17 Mar 2022
International Data Access (IDA) operators have decried the impact the Nigerian Communications Commission’s (NCC) directive on International Termination Rate (ITR) is having on their operations in the country.
3 Aug 2021
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...
25 Jul 2021
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.
19 May 2021
Telecommunications subscribers in the country lodged a total of 3,019 complaints against Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) in the first quarter of 2021.
17 Mar 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...