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Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof Umar Danbatta, has hinted that the commission may soon order telecommunication operators to refund illegal deductions from subscribers. Danbatta, who disclosed this at a parley with the media in Abuja, yesterday said the illegal deductions were made in five months. He said 58,965,478 total Active
Telecommunications operators and commercial banks are denying involvement in SIM swap frauds as Nigerians continue to lose millions of naira to fraudsters who use mobile numbers and short codes to empty unsuspecting victims’ bank accounts. SIM-swap fraud, is a type of phishing fraud that poses a serious threat to customer and bank security. The fraudster
Afrihost has told MyBroadband that 2018 was a good year for the popular ISP, and it is pleased with the growth it has seen. This is particularly true in the fixed-wireless space, said the company. Afrihost offered a range of packages in this category, including fixed-LTE services which run on the Rain network and the
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