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5G: FG hasn’t issued licence for 5G network in Nigeria

The federal government says it has not issued any licence for the deployment of 5G technology in the country.

NCC: Subscribers who need new mobile lines must explain why henceforth...

Existing subscribers to telecommunications services who want new telephone lines must be made to explain why they need the lines,

Multiple SIM cards: FG to bar Nigerians from owning more than...

The Federal Government on Wednesday directed the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to review SIM card registration and usage to disallow any Nigerian from owning more than three mobile telephone lines.

NCC insists Telcos have the right to reassign inactive SIMs

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says telecommunications companies have the right to reassign SIM cards once they’re inactive for a maximum of 180 days.

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has gotten an extension on the deadline to reduce data prices in the country.

Glo returns to no. 1 preferred network in Nigeria after adding...

National telecommunications operator, Globacom, has emerged the preferred network for 2 million new subscribers in Nigeria in September...

Reduce the price of data – Communications minister orders telcos

The minister of communications, Isa Pantami, has directed the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to work with the telecommunications service providers to reduce the price of data.

FG kicks against increase in USSD charges, orders immediate suspension

The federal government has opposed the move of telcos to increase charges on use unstructured supplementary service data (USSD) channels to access banking services.

NCC reveals 6 Telecom companies will lose operating licences In February

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it will impose the maximum possible penalties on any of its licensees implicated in masking of international telephone calls.

Nigeria ranks 3rd in global cyber crimes – NCC

According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Nigeria currently ranks third globally in cyber crimes behind the UK and the U.S.

Buhari’s Nominee who said the Senate should be scrapped has only...

The nominee of President Muhammadu Buhari to the board of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) who said the National assembly should be scrapped because it's a waste of resources may have presented fake credentials.

The National Assembly should be scrapped – NCC board Nominee

This man has so much audacity. After his screening at the National assembly, Saidu Abubakar, a nominee of President Muhammadu Buhari to the board of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), said the senate should be scrapped.

MTN Nigeria responds to fresh bribe allegations

Telecommunication giants MTN has responded to a claim that it gave bribe for the reduction of the N1.04 trillion fine which the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) imposed on it.

NCC bars mobile network operators from sending unsolicited SMS to customers

Most people's SMS inbox will finally have some sanity as the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has barred mobile network operators from sending out and making...

MTN ready to settle fine with N300b

Telecom giant MTN has offered to pay 300 billion naira ($1.5 billion) to settle a record fine levelled by Nigeria for failing to disconnect...

MTN claims it has paid N50b fine to NCC

We hear that MTN and the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) are finally making peace after a long drawn battle between the Telecoms company and...

NCC declares Globacom Nigeria’s best network

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has declared that Globacom is the leader in new internet subscriber acquisition in the country’s telecommunications industry. Based on a...

Etisalat is suing MTN for acquiring Visafone

Etisalat Nigeria has sued MTN Nigeria and Visafone Ltd, challenging MTN’s use of the 800megahertz (MHZ) spectrum following the acquisition of Visafone. MTN sued the...

“Don’t place profit over our security needs” – President Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday in Abu Dhabi urged telecommunication companies operating in Nigeria not to place their desire for huge profits above the security...

MTN hires squad of SANs for NCC Lawsuit

Ghen ghen! Here come the men in black! South African Telecommunication company, MTN, has reportedly hired Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN), A.B. Mahmoud and five...