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Tag Archives: Quality of Service (QoS)

Is NCC lacking ideas in driving broadband penetration or…?

NCC Shittu

Since the seemingly failed auctioning of 2.6 GHz spectrum for the deployment of 4G services in 2016, there are indications that the telecoms regulator may have not been its self ...

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Why some subscribers’ still chose to port than register new SIM—BH survey

MNP example

Reasons considered by several Nigerian telecoms subscriber before choosing to port to another network than removing the Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) and registering SIM of their networks of new choice ...

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Remove telecoms equipments from 41 items barred from CBN’s forex access—ALTON

Gbenga Adebayo

To tame the observed fall in Quality of Service (QoS) amongst all the telecoms services, the Association of Licenced Telecoms of Nigeria (ALTON) has called on the Central Bank of ...

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Huge data hunger frustrating quality of service—CEO of Spectranet, David Venn


Leading investors and pundits in Nigeria’s data market have again, called on the regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), to as a matter of urgency review the nation’s data price ...

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


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) ...

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

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NCC remains the most consumer-centric agency in Nigeria— Abdullahi Maikano

There is no gainsaying the fact that since the emergence of GSM revolution in early 2000, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has been on the toes of operators for the ...

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