NCC sanctions licensees | Telecoms News in Nigeria

NCC sanctions licensees By Kokumo Goodie, Lagos, Nigeria The Nigerian telecoms regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has sanctioned some of its licensees over sharp practices. The regulator said it had been inundated with complaints from service providers and consumers regarding the high incidence of call-masking, call-refiling and SIM-Boxing. This practice, it… Read full story… Read more NCC sanctions licensees | Telecoms News in Nigeria

Nigerians Need To See What They Buy At Least Once or Twice In Order To Trust An Online Platform

Listen Fazsion.ng is a Nigerian fashion website where you can get luxurious and quality fashion items. The platform is managed by no other person than Ochije Nnani who has worked in two of Nigeria’s leading e-commerce companies-Jumia & Konga. Hence, it was not a surprise when he was appointed the Country Manager of Fazsion.ng. We had a chat… Read more Nigerians Need To See What They Buy At Least Once or Twice In Order To Trust An Online Platform

FIFA 2018 and Bitcoin among 2017’s main spam and phishing topics

The proportion of spam in email traffic in 2017 According to Kaspersky Lab’s “Spam and phishing in 2017” report, cybercriminals have been following a global agenda and have been using hot topics such as FIFA 2018 and Bitcoin to fool users and steal their money or personal information in the last 12 months. Spammers have… Read more FIFA 2018 and Bitcoin among 2017’s main spam and phishing topics

Cryptocurrencies won’t disrupt financial markets for now, report says

Cryptocurrencies won’t disrupt financial markets for now, report says While financial markets are abuzz with questions regarding the nature and viability of digital currencies, S&P Global Ratings believes that cryptocurrencies would need some regulation and guidance before they have a major impact on the financial markets, according to a report titled “The Future Of Banking:…… Read more Cryptocurrencies won’t disrupt financial markets for now, report says

Nigeria: Subscribers Groan As Operators Fight Over Interconnect Issues

By Chike Onwuegbuchi Subscribers of Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) services are lamenting over their inability to make seamless call over different network as a result of interconnectivity issues. Mr. Kayode Adeyemi, one of the subscribers that spoke to Nigeria CommunicationsWeek expressed his frustration, saying: “I’m a subscriber of three of the GSM operators,… Read more Nigeria: Subscribers Groan As Operators Fight Over Interconnect Issues

Cross-Border e-Commerce Presents New Business Opportunities

Cross-Border e-Commerce Presents New Business Opportunities e-Commerce has changed the way the world conducts business, and the rise in technology has made it easier to interact with customers quickly and across borders. With economies becoming more interconnected, companies large and small are now able to access markets that were previously unattainable. With a growing shift… Read more Cross-Border e-Commerce Presents New Business Opportunities

Spectranet launches “EVO” MiFi to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Spectranet launches “EVO” MiFi to celebrate Valentine’s Day With a resolve to foster love and affection this Valentine’s Day and connect with the young-at-hearts, leading broadband and internet services provider, Spectranet 4GLTE is launching a limited edition EVO MiFi, with unheard of bundled Data benefits for carefree communication. Artistically designed for younger people, EVO… Read… Read more Spectranet launches “EVO” MiFi to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Nigeria: NCC Licences Two New Infraco for South-East, North-East

By Zakariyya Adaramola The Board of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has approved two additional Infrastructure Company (Infraco) licences in order to deepen broadband penetration in the country. The two new Infraco licencees are Zinox Technology Limited for South-east and Brinks Integrated Solutions Limited for North-east, according to a statement yesterday by NCC’s Director of…… Read more Nigeria: NCC Licences Two New Infraco for South-East, North-East

Nigeria: Telecoms Operators to Begin New Voice Termination Rate March 1

By Adeyemi Adepetun A new termination rate for telephony services for the voice segment of Nigeria’s telecommunication sector is expected to take effect from March 1.This was disclosed, at the weekend in Lagos, by the Executive Commissioner, Stakeholders Management at the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Sunday Dare, who represented the Executive Vice Chairman, Prof. Umar… Read more Nigeria: Telecoms Operators to Begin New Voice Termination Rate March 1

Nigeria: As Stakeholders Await NCC, CBN’s Nod On 9mobile Sale

By Emma Okonji Although the interim board of 9mobile last week adopted Teleology as the preferred bidder and Smile as the reserve bidder for the sale of the telco. The outcome of the transaction is still subject to the approval of NCC and the CBN. The interim board of 9mobile, last week, announced its choice… Read more Nigeria: As Stakeholders Await NCC, CBN’s Nod On 9mobile Sale

Nigeria: NCC Yet to Receive Notice On 9Mobile Preferred Bidder

By Emma Okonji Contrary to reports that the interim board of 9mobile has sent a notice to the telecoms industry regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), on the choice of their preferred bidder for the sale of 9mobile, NCC yesterday denied ever receiving such notice. The Executive Commissioner, Stakeholders Management, Sunday Dare, who refuted the… Read more Nigeria: NCC Yet to Receive Notice On 9Mobile Preferred Bidder

Nigeria: NCC Insists On Revoking Licences of Erring Telecoms Operators

By Adeyemi Adepetun The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said it would penalise and possibly revoke the licenses of any telecommunication operators implicated in masking international telephone calls.It explained that its recent intervention has resulted in reduced call masking and refilling in the industry. In spite of the positive development, the commission insisted that the…… Read more Nigeria: NCC Insists On Revoking Licences of Erring Telecoms Operators