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Nigeria regulator says innovation key to telecom growth

Innovation is key to Nigeria’s continued growth in the telecommunications sector, the country’s regulator said this week. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), said in a report that the industry’s growth “was a result of innovation in the industry.” It comes...

Nigeria: NCC to licence two broadband infrastructure companies

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has revealed that it has finalised arrangements to license two infrastructure companies. The reason behind the move, according to the NCC, is to enhance broadband penetration. NCC Executive Vice Chairman, Eugene Juwah, stated that: "The...

Nigeria to get cyberspace cleanup

Speaking at the cyber security forum, executive vice chairman Dr. Eugene Juwah, Nigeria Communications Commission, has called for a clean cyberspace drive in the country in order to prepare for more Foreign Direct Investments in the country. According to Juwah,...

Nigeria: Is multiple taxation to blame for poor QoS?

Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Dr. Eugene Juwah, believes that multiple taxation is partly responsible for poor Quality of Service in the telecommunications industry. "We have been confronted with the issue of multiple taxation and multiple regulations...

Nigeria: Bringing broadband to the masses

Nigeria’s Communications Commission has announced that the framework for the implementation of the National Broadband policy has been concluded. The actual implementation of the policy is set to start at the end of October. The country’s National Broadband Plan was...

Nigeria’s telecoms regulator to impose operating tax

Nigeria's telecommunications regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has announced that it would implement an operating tax on the country's telecommunication operators in an effort to increase customer services and ensure full compliance with its directives. The NCC reported that all telecommunication providers must pay 2.5...

Nigeria: telecoms operators must meet KPIs

Nigeria’s This Day writes that the country’s Communications Commission, the NCC, is reportedly ready to lift the ban on promotions and lotteries by telecommunications operators. The Commission’s Executive Vice Chairman, Eugene Juwah, is quoted as saying that this is only...

Broadband the answer to service woes – Nigeria’s comms regulator

Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Eugene Juwah said at a press conference in Abuja ahead of the International Telecoms Union Conference (ITU 2012)  in Dubai next month that the commission is keen to continue its success...

Only MTN making a profit in Nigeria

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) revealed that of all the mobile operators in the country, South African-based operator MTN was the only one making a profit. The Executive Vice Chairman of the NCC, Eugene Juwah, made the statement during a...

Telecom’s impact on Nigeria’s GDP vital

Over the past 10 years, Nigeria’s telecommunications sector has grown almost exponentially. Despite what the government said recently was poor service, the sector has become a major contributor to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Nigeria, the Executive Vice...
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