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4 May
The Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy said the digital economy has been excluded from the planned five per cent excise duty approved by the Federal Government.
26 Apr
A new report from Juniper Research, experts in emerging communications technologies, has found that operators may lose $1.3 billion to undetected flash calls cumulatively between 2023 and 2027.
28 Dec
Telecom subscribers have expressed dissatisfaction at the insistence of the Federal Government to impose excise duty on telecommunications services.
30 Nov 2022
Come 2023, the twin challenges of economic difficulties and existing market pressures are expected to compound telecoms operatorational costs as the Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) is expected to come under serious pressure.
10 Oct 2022
The about 10 per cent price adjustment by telecommunications operators on their data services is not sitting well with subscribers in Nigeria...
30 Sep 2022
The row between Nigerian banks and telecommunications operators over the unstructured supplementary service data (USSD) debt seems to have resumed, as telcos disclosed, yesterday, that the debt has risen to N80 billion.
28 Sep 2022
By the end of August, telecoms operators activated 983, 174 telephone lines, which pushed active subscriptions from 208,969,445 million in July to 209,952,619 one month after.
15 Sep 2022
While attacks vary from country to country, an American technology firm, Google, nevertheless, has warned that the telecommunications sector, media and non-governmental organisations,
5 Sep 2022
Over 50,000 cases of major destruction to telecoms infrastructure and facilities have been reported across the federation in the past five years, raising the alarm over the implication of these incidents to the quality of telecommunications services in Nigeria.
24 Aug 2022
Earlier in the year, a report by SB Morgen, titled “Inside Nigeria’s Subnational Fiscal Crisis, “revealed that the telecommunications industry appears to suffer disproportionately from the problems of over-taxation in Nigeria.
17 Aug 2022
While the mobile network operators (MNOs), otherwise known as Tier 1 service providers in Nigeria’s telecoms sector have continued to grow rapidly, this is not the same story
30 Jul 2022
The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC), yesterday, expressed worries over incessant theft and vandalisation of telecommunication infrastructures across the country.

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