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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.

Consumer Satisfaction Data Indicate Noticeable Reduction in Masking following NCC’s Actions.

The Nigerian Communications Commission will impose the maximum possible penalties on any of its licensees implicated in the practice of masking of international telephone calls. As such, it is likely that the operating licenses of some of the interconnect exchange and other licensees involved in the practice would either be revoked or suspended in the coming week.  It was gathered that the Commission and senior operatives from the nation’s security services met with representatives of the said licensees at the Commission’s Abuja Offices on Wednesday last week to confront them with some of the evidence at the disposal of the Commission and to give them yet another opportunity to defend themselves.

In order to deepen broadband penetration in the Country, the Board of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) recently approved two additional Infrastructure Company (Infraco) Licences.

The two new Infraco licencees are Zinox Technology Limited for South East and Brinks Integrated Solutions Limited for North East. With this approval, the number of Infracos licenced so far is now four.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) hereby extend the submissions of feedback from stakeholders on the Establishment of Internet Code of Practice (EICP) for three weeks which will end on February 9, 2018.

NCC hosts forum on cost based pricing for retail broadband and data services

Consistent with its consultative approach and stakeholders’ engagement for effective regulatory oversight of the telecommunications sector, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) will on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 host stakeholders in the telecommunications industry and the general public to a consultative forum on determination of cost based pricing for Retail Broadband and Data Services in Nigeria.

 

Our attention has been drawn to newspaper publications alleging that a preferred bidder has been anointed to acquire 9Mobile and otherwise speculating on the outcome of the ownership transfer process.

For the avoidance of doubt, we wish to provide the following clarification and update on the process:

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