The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), has established that the telecommunications sector is the largest segment of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector.
Nigeria is expected to acquire new satellites in another four years for maximum coverage of the country. This is even as it has been revealed that through a platform invented by Nigeria Communication Satellite ....
Sokoto, Kebbi, three others witness service disruptions as Zamfara’s 2.1 million phone users lose access
With mobile network operators (MNOs) having complied with Federal Government’s (FG) order to shut down services in Zamfara State, some 2.1 million subscribers in the state have been cut off from the networks.
Citing rising cases of insecurity in Zamfara and adjourned cities, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has directed all telecommunications providers to shut down services in Zamfara State from September 3.
Investments in Fourth Generation (4G) in Nigeria and Africa dropped by seven per cent in 2020, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has said.
The Nigerian Communications Commission has set up an annual operating regulatory levy to ensure that all licencees are properly and equitably assessed to meet statutory and regulatory expectations.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has concluded the process for determining the cost-based price of mobile International Termination Rate (ITR) to ensure healthy competition on traffic handling for voice ....
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has collaborated with Guinea-Bissau. on measures deployed in promoting a stable telecoms
With the world gradually moving towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), Nigeria is said to have the regulatory framework to drive it, but infrastructure gap will be the greatest challenge.
Although the liberalisation and deregulation agenda of Nigeria’s telecoms sector started about 20 years ago, regulation and competition in the network industries are still central concerns.
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami has called for increased patronage of Made-in-Nigeria products by Nigerians.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has expressed readiness to innovate through the strategic collaboration for human capital development.