NASS to ensure right regulations for telecoms industry
• Airtel commissions service outlet
THE National Assembly (NASS) is to ensure that right regulations that would ignite rapid growth and development in the telecommunication sector are pursued vigorously.
Chairman, Senate Committee on Communications, Gilbert Nnaji, who stated this in Abuja at the opening of Airtel Service Centre at the Senate wing of the NASS, said that the committee is focused on promoting an enabling environment that would foster growth, prosperity and development in the telecommunications sector.
He observed that the committee is collaborating with key stakeholders in the sector, especially Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) to commence the review of the Nigerian Communications Act of 2003.
The lawmaker commended Airtel Nigeria for their commitment to expanding their retail footprints across the country thereby bringing telecommunications services closer to the consumers.
Earlier,the Chief Executive Officer of Airtel Nigeria, Olusegun Ogunsanya, represented by the Chief Sales Officer, Godfrey Efeurhobo noted that Airtel is a customer-centric organisation that is passionate about delivering quality service to the customers and very aggressive in expansion.
He observed that Airtel had undertaken similar projects in different parts of the country to ensure that its customers are able to reach us and get the best quality of service.
“Want to ensure that its customers enjoy quality service through technology and human excellence. World class showroom to ensure that customers experience the world class touch that would help optimizes our rich range of unique offerings in data, voice and other value-added services” he added.
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