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NCC reenacting Tennis strides of the past, aims to surpass feat—Danbatta

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The Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Professor Umar Danbatta, in Ibadan on Monday, expressed the readiness of the Commission to reenact and surpass major feats achieved by past Nigerian Tennis stars as it takes yearly thorny across the nation. Giving the assurance at the Lekan Salami Stadium, Adamasingba, Ibadan, Danbatta, represented by NCC’s Director ...

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NCC, Ikeja Computer Village to seal MoU on ending substandard devices

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In keeping with his drive to deliver on his 8-Point Agenda, the Executive Vice Chairman of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof Umar Danbatta has visited the popular Ikeja Computer Village, Nigeria’s equivalent of Silicon Valley and Bangalore, ICT hub of the United States and India respectively. The key target of the visit stemmed from item five of the eight point ...

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NCC, FCT to harmonise exorbitant fees, QoS ahead of smart city deal

More challenges that will hobble the emerging regime of smart city in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) will soon be resolved as the Ministry and the regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) are set to partner to drive the deal. Explaining issues during a recent courtesy visit to office of the Minister, Mohammed Musa Bello, the Executive Vice Chairman of ...

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DPF: Is NCC really practicing the governance code it handed to operators?

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In the first instance, Data price Floor (DPF) is the official minimum price set by a telecom regulator to drive healthy competition and protect either new entrants or smaller operators so as to limit chances of monopoly and poor quality of service. Earlier this week, the telecoms regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in Lagos addressed industry stakeholders on the ...

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How Etisalat experience forced NCC to begin telecoms stress test

The telecoms regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has technically begun stress test to weigh and ascertain the liquidity status of mega telecoms to avoid the repeat of the 9Mobile experience, formally Etisalat Nigeria. Though the board chairman of the Commission, Senator Olabiyi Durojaiye, had during the initial stage of Etisalat crisis hinted on the test, the Executive Commissioner in charge ...

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Registration for USPF Changemaker Challenge ends today

For Nigerians interested in this year’s Universal Service Provision Fund (USPF) Innovation Changemaker Challenge, which opened on the 4th of July, 2017, the last chance for registration is today, Monday, the 14th August, 2Universal Service Provision Fund (USPF)017. Otherwise, telecoms regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in charge of the USPF is calling on the Nigerian youths to register via ...

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Not reviewing DPF may dampen investors’ confidence @ ITU —BH Report

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A survey by Business Hilights Economic Research team (BHERT) relating to the massive build up by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), ahead of leading Nigerian delegation with the Minister to the fast approaching International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Telecom World 2017, in Korea has made some salient revelations. Top in the findings include that “If Nigeria attends to raise international awareness ...

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Why Porting speed is fading away, drops to 32,873 in June

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Whereas the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), weekend revealed that the initial speed with which subscribers embraced Mobile Number Portability (MNP) amongst telecommunications operators has reduced, hitting all time low of 32,873  in June to 39,535 in May, showing a decrease of 6,662, analysts have identified the reason. Investigations showed that subscribers prefer suspending loyalty to a network and walking down ...

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Why 13 creditor banks suddenly seized fire on 9mobile, formally Etisalat

9Mobile shop

Two weeks of undercover investigations by Business Hilights Economic Research Team (BHERT) on why the rush and aggression deployed by the consortium of 13 banks fighting for their trapped $1.2bn at Etisalat Nigeria, now 9Mobile suddenly eased has paid off. Result; They have noticed that efforts of the combined team of telecoms regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and the Central ...

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As NCC decries non-renewal of licences, Venn sees DPF killing remaining ISPs

NCC head office, Abuja

Rising from a one day Stakeholders’ Forum on Internet Services Providers (ISPs) to look at how best to grow the segment in Nigeria, the regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has on the rate of collapse of companies in the sector over the years, saying only 10 per cent of the 103 licensed ISPs in the country has approached it for ...

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