Commission plans regulatory guidelines on e-waste for telecoms
AMID threats posed by electronic wastes (E-waste), the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has begun moves to fashion out regulatory guidelines for the management of E-waste in the nation’s telecommunications industry
NCC to clamp down on importers, traders without type-approval certificate
Worried by the high level of e-Waste being imported into the country, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), is set to clampdown on importers and sellers of handsets and other telecommunications devices brought into the country without type-approval certificate.
NCC, CBN, police move to fight e-fraud
The Federal Government is to develop a roadmap that would be used to curb the menace of financial fraud using telecoms/electronic platforms. Also, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), is working with the Central Bank of Nigeria ....
NCC puts loses to call masking at $60 billion annually
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), said the Nigerian telecom industry loses about $60 billion dollars annually to call masking. Call masking is a process...
ALTON puts fibre-to-home connections at 2% in Nigeria
Inadequate last mile infrastructure has hindered efficient Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) broadband deployment in Nigeria.The Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria...
NCC harmonises short codes, reads riot act to VAS defaulters
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has unveiled the short codes harmonisation, while reading the riot act to defaulting providers of Value Added Services (VAS) to ensure compliance and protect consumers.
GSMA highlights policy reforms to lift Nigeria’s economy
The Global System for Mobile Telecommunications Association (GSMA), has said modernising regulation and policy reform will be crucial to boosting Nigeria’s digital economy, and accelerating Internet access for millions through increased mobile broadband penetration.
NCC to suspend operating licences of debtor-operators
The over N165 billion interconnect debts in the telecommunications sector have become a source of worry to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and other industry stakeholders.