Tuesday November 29, 2022

Public Notices

The following are the Public Notices issued by the Nigerian Communications Commission. By the publication of these notices in print, broadcast or online, the Commission seeks to inform the public of developments and upcoming actions relating to its activites and the Nigerian telecommunications industry.


The Nigerian Communications Commission in exercise of its functions under the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 (the Act) has published the Final Information Memorandum (IM) for the upcoming auction of the 3.5GHz spectrum band, and compiled responses to stakeholders’ comments on the IM as part of the 5G Technology Deployment Plan on November 10, 2021.
 
Stakeholders are by this notice invited to peruse these two documents indicating the Start Date of receipt of applications for the Auction. The documents are to be found on the Commission’s website at www.ncc.gov.ng. The attention of Stakeholders is drawn, particularly to Sections 1 (e), VII {(i) (ii), (v) (3) (c)} and XI (e) of the IM.

The Nigerian Communication Commission in exercise of its function under the Nigerian Communication Act 2003 (the Act) has published the Draft Information Memorandum (IM) for the upcoming auction of the 3.5GHz Spectrum band, as part of its 5G Technology Deployment Plan.

The Nigerian Communications Commission in the exercise of its functions under the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 (the Act) has published the pdf Draft Information Memorandum (2.12 MB) for its upcoming auction of the 3.5GHz spectrum band, as part of its 5G Technology Deployment Plan.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), as part of its Strategic Vision Plan (SVP) T2021 - 2025, identified the need to encourage development of new technologies and indigenous content through cutting edge research to stimulate sustainable economic growth and development in Nigeria.

Pursuant to the above, the Commission had invited Tech Hubs, Innovation Driven Enterprises (IDEs) in Nigeria to enter eligible Startups and their solutions in the second edition of the Commission's IoT Code Camp and Hackathon, with focus on two categories;

  • Development of IoT (Internet of Things) solutions for kidnapping and banditry in Nigeria.
  • Assistive robotics solutions for effective e-waste management.

The Nigerian Communication Commission as part of its strategic vision plan 2021- 2025 captures the need to encourage the development of new technologies and local content through cutting edge research to stimulate sustainable economic growth and development in Nigeria.

Pursuant to the above, the Commission invites Tech Hubs, Innovation Driven Enterprises (IDE) in Nigeria to enter eligible start-ups and their solutions in the third edition of the NCC IoT Code camp and Hackathon with focus on two categories;

  • Development of IoT (Internet of Things) solutions for kidnapping and banditry in Nigeria.
  • Assistive robotics solutions for effective e-waste management.