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22 Aug 2021
The Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has reiterated its commitment to supporting security agencies to combat crimes through the registration
12 Aug 2021
The passage of the 2021 Electoral Bill presents a historic moment to create electoral reform legacies by the Ninth National Assembly
9 Jun 2021
No less than 15.8 million subscribers have lost access to telecommunications services in the country, as a result of government policies, especially that the ban on new SIM cards activation
12 May 2021
National telecommunications operator, Globacom, says its subscribers can now activate new Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards as well as replace lost or damaged ones at select Gloworld retail outlets across the country.
16 Apr 2021
The Nigerian Communications Commission, (NCC) has released guidelines prescribing a regulatory framework for the implementation of national roaming services.
13 Apr 2021
Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami, yesterday, said Federal Government would not go back on the verification of the National Identity Number (NIN)
29 Mar 2021
If the court order demanding two months extension of NIN-SIM registration stays, it would have been five months of no SIM registration and activation in the country.
13 Mar 2021
In December 2020, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) instructed mobile network service providers to deactivate, within a 2 week period, SIM cards
4 Mar 2021
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) have been asked to establish a dedicated Subscriber Identification Modules (SIM) cards swap centre in each of the 774 local government areas in the country.
2 Mar 2021
Since the Federal Government stopped registration and activation of new Subscribers Identification Module (SIM) cards in December 2020, telecommunications operators have recorded loss of 7.6 million...
9 Feb 2021
A Federal High Court, Lagos has adjourned till Monday February 15, 2021 further proceedings in the suit filed by human rights lawyer and former chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Ikeja, Monday Ubani, challenging the SIM registration process.
4 Feb 2021
Federal Government’s directive to stop registration and activation of new Subscribers Identification Module (SIM) cards in the country might have resulted in the loss of about 3.3 million subscribers to telecom operators in December 2020.

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