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QoS: Telecoms equipments still missing in new CBN’s list of 36 unbanned items for forex

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Chances of improvements in the Quality of Service (QoS) by telecoms operators was further dimmed yesterday as the new list of items, for which importers can source foreign exchange (forex) failed to contain telecoms and IT related materials. The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Thursday published a list of items, for which importers can source foreign exchange (Forex) from ...

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NCC should first compel FG to ease forex for us before any new KPI for QoS—Operators

NCC Operators

Some operators in the nation’s telecoms sector have challenged the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to first of all, prevail on the Federal Government to clearly remove telecoms equipment from the list of 41 restricted items before coming up with new Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The president of Association of Telecoms Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), Engineer Olusola Teniola had during the ...

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Telecoms firms decry suffocation as CBN lifts currency ban for SMEs import window

CBn Emefiele

Chances of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) firms to continue to contribute lion share to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the nation were Thursday again, muzzled as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) lifted ban on currency allocation for SMEs importers of goods worth up to $20,000 per quarter. The apex bank said in a circular on Thursday. Check by ...

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ATCON @ AGM, seeks removal of ICT equipments from 41 items restricted in forex access

ATCON AGM 2017

The Association of Telecoms Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has traced the observed drop in the level investments in the telecoms sector to the prevailing restriction of forex access to some basic equipment needed in the development of the sector. The group said most of the items needed for the industry are contained in the 41 items currently banned from access ...

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