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Ntel owners pull political strings to fix regulatory impasse

Owners of Ntel, the company formerly called NITEL, are exploring political solutions to resolve lingering regulatory hurdles faced by the Nigerian pioneer national carrier, Technology Times can report. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) wants NATCOMS, the consortium led by businessman, Tunde Ayeni that bought the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) and its mobile business unit, MTel, […]

9mobile buyer ‘will have tech capability’, Govt says

It’s official! MTN ‘reviews’ Nigeria mobile customers

South Africa’s MTN Group has completed an internal review to redefine the mobile phone company’s “active” subscriber base for Nigeria where its MTN Nigeria is the nation’s largest operator. Technology Times can confirm that the process has been completed for MTN Nigeria, where the mobile phone company with market leadership by subscriber number has posted […]

9mobile buyer ‘will have tech capability’, Govt says

NCC: Radio, TV antennas pose higher health risks than mobile phones  

Nigerians face higher health risks from radiation emission from radio and TV antennas than those of mobile phone networks, the Nigerian telecoms regulator has finally alerted. The Nigerian Communications Commissions (NCC) came up with this position when it weighed in to counter claims that mobile phone users are exposed to medical risks from radiation energy […]

9mobile buyer ‘will have tech capability’, Govt says

FG halts plan to hike data prices in Nigeria

The Federal Government today suspended plans by mobile phone companies to hike data tariffs in Nigeria following public outcry. Tony Ojobo, Director of Public Service at the Nigerian Communications Commission announced this afternoon that the telecoms regulator has halted the planned increase in data prices planned to have started from tomorrow, December 1, 2016. NCC’s […]

9mobile buyer ‘will have tech capability’, Govt says