NCC suspends spectrum trading; explains why

NCC suspends spectrum trading; explains why

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has suspended the Spectrum Trading Guidelines 2018 for the Nigerian telecommunications industry. The Board of Commissioners of the commission rose from its meeting recently with this position and is informing all licensed telecommunications operators, prospective investors, industry stakeholders and the general public in that regard. The board had earlier taken the decision for spectrum trading in response to telecommunications global dynamics as well as the efforts to optimally utilize and maximize the benefits of the spectrum scarce resource. The commission has described spectrum as a…

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Operators condemn infrastructure vandalism as telephone users surpass 189m

NCC sets new rules for collocation and infrastructure sharing

4.58m new users join networks in Q1   Operators in the Nigerian telecommunications industry have harped on the need to mitigate destruction of telecommunications facilities across the country to guarantee better service for mushrooming users of their services in the country. This is coming as the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) revealed in its latest industry report that within the first three months of 2020, operators activated additional 4.58 new subscribers on their various networks. As at the end of March this year, total active telephone users in the country have…

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