The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says active mobile telephone lines in Nigeria increased to 162,032,053 in September.
NCC made this known in its Monthly Subscriber/Operator Data posted on its website recently.
Statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) shows number of active subscriptions for mobile telephony services in Nigeria dropped by 881,586 in the month of July.By this decline, the subscription figures moved from 162.3 million the previous month to 161.4 million.
The Federal Government says the country will achieve the 30 per cent national broadband penetration by 2018 as projected in the country’s National Broadband Plan.
The Federal Government is set to recover about N450 billion operating surpluses that were not returned by 33 agencies from 2010 to 2015.
The Nigerian Communications Commission on Sunday warned telecommunications operators against defying its directive on sending subscribers unsolicited text messages.
Less than 14 days after, it was adjudged as the Regulator of the year, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) at the weekend won the European Award for Best Practices 2016.
The National Association of Telecommunications Subscribers (NATCOMS), has appealed to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to put in place a Subscriber’s Compensation Policy that will compensate Subscribers with Free Airtime.
The Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta stated that renewal energy offers the telecommunications industry a viable path to delivering quality services.
As part of the build up for the auctioning of the 2.6GHz Spectrum, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has rolled out Information Memorandum (IM) to serve as a guide for prospective investors in the bid.
For the third time since last year, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), yesterday announced the resumption of 2.6GHz frequency spectrum auction.