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THE GUARDIAN (SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2016) - NCC GETS 6,163 COMPLAINTS FROM TELECOMS SUBSCRIBERS IN Q2

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it received 6,163 complaints from telecommunications subscribers in the second quarter of 2016. Mr....

THISDAY (SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2016) - REGULATORS, BANKS, TELCOS MULL INSURANCE COVER FOR USSD TRANSACTIONS

Following an upsurge in the number of bank customers that perform transactions through the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) technology,...

DAILY TRUST (SEPTEMBER 26th, 2016) - NTEL: RECESSION AFFECTING OUR ROLL-OUT PLAN

Ntel Telecommunications has said the present economic situation in the country is affecting its roll-out plan.  Though the telco’s ambitious 4G...

DAILY TRUST (SEPTEMBER 23RD, 2016) - NCC TO PROTECT TELECOMS CONSUMERS’ RIGHT

The NCC yesterday would do everything possible within its power to protect telecom consumers from exploitation by the service providers, the...

NEW TELEGRAPH (SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2016) - TELECOMS: BATTLING ILLEGAL OPERATORS

Telecommunications industry in Nigeria has always been dotted with cases of illegal players, who dabble in offering services in certain segments of...

THISDAY (SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2016) - CONFLICTING SIGNALS IN TELECOMS REGULATION

Since the rollout of the services of Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) in 2001, telecoms service provides and government agencies at the...

THISDAY (SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2016) - NIGERIACOM:POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, ACCESS WILL BOOST MHEALTH

Stakeholders at the NigeriaCom conference, which opened on Tuesday in Lagos, have identified two key areas that would help the Federal Government...

NEW TELEGRAPH (SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2016) - TAXES, OTHERS COST TELCOS N220BN YEARLY-REPORT

Licensed telecommunications companies in Nigeria remit over N220 billion to government in taxes and other regulatory fees annually, a report by...

THE AUTHORITY (SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2016) - STAKEHOLDERS PERSPECTIVES ON MULTIPLE REGULATIONS IN TELECOMS SECTOR

The activities of some states and local governments are impeding telecoms growth in Nigeria, especially when their action or inaction affects quality...

THISDAY (SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2016) - NCC: PROPOSED NATIONAL ROAMING WILL ENHANCE SEAMLESS COMMUNICATION

NCC has allayed the fears that the planned introduction of national roaming among telecoms operators by the NCC, would worsen the poor state service...

PUNCH (SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2016) - NCC UNCOVERS 41 ILLEGAL INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

The Nigerian Communications Commission says it has discovered 41 unlicensed Internet Service Providers operating in the country’s...

BLUEPRINT (SEPTEMBER 14th, 2016) - NIGERIA TO LICENSE 5 REMAIING INFRACOS SOON

The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is the most transformative innovation of our present generation and its development, even from...

THE GUARDIAN (SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2016) - MOBILE DEVICE INFECTIONS HIT 96% IN H1

Nokia, through its ‘Threat Intelligence Report – H1 2016,’ has revealed a sharp rise in the occurrence of Smartphone malware infections in the...

THE GUARDIAN (SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2016) - AFRICA HOME TO 310 ACTIVE TECHNOLOGY HUBS

The African continent is home to 310 active technology hubs, with Nigeria having 23 after South Africa and Kenya, with 51 and 26 hubs...

THE GUARDIAN (SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2016) - UNTAPPED, UNSTRUCTURED DATA CREATING GAPS BETWEEN NIGERIA, WORLD

Nigeria is looking for opportunities that will ensure its large unstructured data is largely tapped for economic growth. The Minister of...

The Nigerian Communications Commission is the independent National Regulatory Authority for the telecommunications industry in Nigeria. The Commission is responsible for creating an enabling environment for competition among operators in the industry as well as ensuring the provision of qualitative and efficient telecommunications services throughout the country.

Our Mission
To support a market driven Communications industry and promote universal access.

Our Vision
To be a responsive, world-class Communications Regulatory Organisation.

Overarching Strategic Result
An Information rich environment, comparable globally in quality Communications service provision.

Our Guiding Principles
The Commission is driven by three guiding principles (Fair, Firm and Forthright) in carrying out its duties and functions as the National Telecommunications Regulator. These principles drive our Core Values.

Our Core Values

  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Professionalism
  • Responsiveness
  • Innovation
 
Thursday 29th September, 2016

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