Prof. Umar Danbatta
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.
26 Nov 2021
The inability of licensees in the telecommunications sector to pay their respective levies, including staff salaries has become a source of worry to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).
15 Nov 2021
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is to improve on telecommunications regulations in the country.
22 Oct 2021
Between January and August this year, about 34 million calls were made by Nigerians seeking help during emergencies or situations posing threat to wellbeing within their communities
9 Sep 2021
The Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, has commended 9mobile for driving initiatives that empower youths in digital skills.
28 Aug 2021
The Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, has commended 9mobile for driving initiatives that empower Nigerian youths, especially in digital skills acquisition.
16 Aug 2021
The Federal Government has emphasised the need to encourage domestic production of telecommunications equipment to meet local and export demands.
4 Aug 2021
As Nigeria forges ahead with plans to join 81 other countries that have already deployed 5G networks across the globe, telecommunications operators and other stakeholders...
30 Jul 2021
While spectrum for 5G is expected to be auctioned by the last quarter of the year, the Federal Government has hoped that by 2025, urban centres in Nigeria would have been 5G enabled.
30 Jul 2021
Cloud and digital service provider, inq.Digital, has been adjudged Emerging Smart Solutions Enabler Company of the Year and Enterprise Broadband Services Provider...
28 Jul 2021
NCC advocates PPP to boost infrastructure, RAS to block revenue leakages
8 Jul 2021
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that its latest guidelines on co-location and infrastructure sharing will result in reduced tariffs for telecommunication consumers.