Nigeria’s broadband usage has continued to increase significantly. The penetration rate hit 44.5% in the month of July.…
This was announced by Prof. Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission...
...teledensity (telephone connections per 100 people) increased from 105.65% in April to 107.17% in May
The agreement is to strengthen and manage the integrity of revenue generation process in the Nigerian telecommunications industry.
The NCC summit aimed to pursue proactive regulatory interventions targeted at ensuring an enabling operating environment and improving the investment climate in the Nigerian telecom industry
With this latest type of cyber-attack, hackers can manipulate the captured commands and re-transmit them to achieve a different outcome altogether
*Sets up 17-man committee | *...part of request by the FIRS for data and documents from the telecoms industry for enhancing national revenues from the sector
*The NCC warns telecoms operators against any increment until empirical studies are conducted
*The workshop was part of NCC's commitment to encouraging the continuous professional development of journalists because the Commission sees media as strategic to democracy
NCC says 5G service will be available in Nigeria by August 24, issues letters of licence to MTN, Mafab
*NCC issues letters of 5G licence awards to MTN and Mafab Communications, who won the 3.5GHz spectrum auction conducted by the Commission in December last year