NCC signs MoU with NSCDC to protect telecoms infrastructure
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to protect switch stations and BTSs of service providers in the country.
Nigeria mulls new national ICT policy
The Federal Government has disclosed plans to formulate a new national policy on Information Communication Technology (ICT).
NCC urges GSM customers to use 622 Toll-Free-Line for complaints
The Nigerian Communication Commissions (NCC) has urged customers of telecommunication operators to lodge their complaints of unsatisfactory services through its 622 Toll-Free-Line.Prof. Umar Danbatta, the Executive Vice Chairman of the commission said this at the 95th Edition of Consumers Outreach Programme in Dutse on Friday.
NCC restates commitment to funding research works
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said it would continue to encourage research works in line with its mandate of ensuring excellence in all Human endeavors.Prof. Umar Danbatta, Executive Director of NCC, disclosed this when he received some research projects from Federal University of Technology FUT Minna, on Monday in Abuja.
Subsidy agreement delays infracos’ service rollout
The inability of federal government to workout subsidy agreement with licensed infrastructure companies (infraCos) for the deployment infrastructure expected to assist in transmission...
Telecoms sector’s contribution to GDP hits 10%
A contribution of Nigeria’s telecommunications sector to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has hit 10 per cent. This was disclosed by the Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, at an interaction with journalists in Lagos.
NCC insists on technical competence for 9mobile bidder
Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) will not approve the sale of 9mobile to any bidder without technical competence, Professor Umar Danbatta, executive vice-chairman of the commission said on Monday.
Nigeria’s mobile money scheme crawls at 1% penetration
After about five years of operation in Nigeria, mobile money has only been able to attract just one per cent penetration.