‘NCC tackling SIM data challenges for security’
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has again re-assured the general public that there is no cause for alarm on registered SIM cards, stressing that the process is to boost national security. Speaking with journalists in an interview, the NCC’s Executive Commissioner for Stakeholder Management, SUNDAY DARE, explained that the subscriber data so far captured by…
NCC declares 63.2 per cent SIM registrations invalid
Telephone subscribers are once again thrown into pandemonium, as the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), yesterday, declared about 63.2 per cent...
NCC clarifies directive on disconnection of networks due to interconnect debts
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has assured the general public that none of the over 160million telecoms subscribers in Nigeria will be disconnected or suffer service disruptions as a result of its recent order to permit the disconnection of indebted operators ....
Telecom stakeholder’s engagement key to rollout of infrastructure, protection – NCC
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says constant engagement with telecom stakeholders is key to the roll out of telecom infrastructure and protection.
Zinox, brinks get infraco licences from NCC
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has licenced Zinox Technologies and Brinks Integrated Solutions as telecom companies that would provide infrastructure (Infracos) in the southeast and northwest respectively.
NCC approves two new infrastructure companies for South East, North East
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has licenced two new infrastructure companies (InfraCos) for the southeast and northwest.The NCC’s Executive Commissioner, Stakeholders Management, Sunday Dare, disclosed this at a post-event interview in Lagos.
Operators share 1.55m new subscribers in November 2017
About 1.55 million new telecommunications subscribers were registered and shared by the quartet of MTN, Globacom, Airtel and 9Mobile in November 2017.
NCC vows to sustain collaborations against cybercrimes
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) will continue to collaborate with other government agencies and international partners towards stemming the tide of cybercrimes.
Recession cuts telephone service subscriptions by 10m
Within the last six months of the year, telecommunications operators have lost over 10 million active subscribers.
Emerging new era for telecoms consumers
The story cum revolution in Nigerian telecommunications sector has been a successful one, ever since the berthing of GSM in the nation’s economic shores.