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.
NCC renews commitment to telecom services delivery to Nigerians
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has renewed its commitment to deploy telecom infrastructure and access to all parts of the country, according to Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman/CEO of the commission.
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.
National roaming will end rural-urban digital divide ,says NCC
The NCC Executive Vice-Chairman, Prof. Umar Danbatta, made this known at a stakeholders’ forum on “Development of Framework for National Roaming and Active Infrastructure Sharing in Nigeria’’ held at Digital Bridge Institute, Lagos.
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.
NCC, CBN sign MoU on mobile money, financial inclusion
As part of moves to strengthen mobile money segment of Nigeria’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector, the Nigerian Communications Commission...
Operators record 3.69 per cent quarterly growth
According to statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), MTN, whose growth went down by 5.25 per cent in Q3, resurrected with 5.25 per cent growth in the last quarter of 2017. For Globacom, from 0.16 per cent loss in Q3, it bounced back to growth with 2.19 per cent in Q4.
Telecoms operators to begin new voice termination rate March 1
A new termination rate for telephony services for the voice segment of Nigeria’s telecommunication sector is expected to take effect from March 1.This was disclosed, at the weekend in Lagos, by the Executive Commissioner, Stakeholders Management at the Nigerian Communications Commission....
UK hits 95% broadband penetration as Nigeria struggles at 21%
The United Kingdom Government has disclosed that 95 per cent of premises within the country now have access to superfast broadband.
NCC to develop new pricing structure for broadband, data services
Ahead of the revolution expected to happen when broadband services become more ubiquitous in the country, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is to develop a new and proper pricing structure for high speed Internet services in Nigeria.