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Regulators step up process to close 9mobile sale

egulators have stepped up plans to close the ongoing sale of 9mobile, raising hopes for the fortune of the fourth largest mobile phone company by subscriber base in Nigeria. Technology Times learnt that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) that regulates the telecoms industry has opened talks with Teleology Holding Limited that emerged preferred bidder for […]

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NCC: Digital economy is driving force for change

The digital economy is the driving force of change and innovation for any nation that aspires to succeed in the new world order, Tony Ojobo, the Director of Public Affairs at Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says. “Digital economy is an inevitable phenomenon of the growth potentials of the dynamic ICT industry to which economies and […]

Nigeria dials moderate mobile phone growth amid ‘flat’ African trends

SIM Registration | MTN pays N165bn of N330bn fine, NCC says

MTN Nigeria has paid N165 billion out of the N330 billion fine imposed on the mobile phone company arising from breach of SIM registration rules, the telecoms regulator, Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC), has confirmed. Professor Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman of NCC disclosed this when a high-powered MTN delegation led by Pascal Dozie, Chairman MTN Nigeria […]

NCC: Digital economy is driving force for change

Do-Not-Disturb | N500,000 fine awaits erring mobile operators

A fine of N500,000 will be paid by any telecoms network provider that violates the Do-Not-Disturb (DND) instruction issued by the Nigeria Telecommunications Commission  (NCC), the telecoms watchdog has warned. Mr. Philip Eretan, Deputy Director, Licensing and Authorization at NCC, gave the warning  at the 83rd edition of the Telecoms Consumer Parliament (TCP) held in […]

Regulators step up process to close 9mobile sale