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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has published its ‘Guidelines on National Roaming’, which prescribe a regulatory framework for the implementation of national roaming services in Nigeria. According to the guidelines, licensed service providers shall request and negotiate national roaming agreements with each other on bilateral and non-discriminatory terms, while multiple agreements can be signed with...

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Nigeria’s final journey into the deployment of 5G technology is expected to begin sometime relatively soon, barring any unforeseen circumstances. The Guardian reports that the only obstacle to the deployment of the technology in Nigeria is approval by the country’s Federal Government. A previously existing obstacle, a supposed loose end, has recently been tightened by the...

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has announced plans to restructure the country’s current licensing structure to bring it in line with global standards in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) ecosystem.  The current structure has served the industry for 18 years since its publication, and as NCC CEO, Umar Danbatta, says, it is due for...

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has announced that it has initiated the process for the review of the existing licensing structure in the country’s telecoms industry. In a press release, the regulator said the review of the existing 20 year-old licence regime was prompted by technological advances, and convergence of technologies and services, and will...

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has concluded the process for determining the cost-based price of Mobile International Termination Rate (ITR) to ensure healthy competition on traffic handling for voice services between local and international operators in Nigeria. The Commission made this known at the final Stakeholders’ Forum for the presentation of the study on cost-based...

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has banned the sale and use of GSM network boosters (for mobile connectivity) especially by banks, residents, government agencies, among others to improve telecommunications services. The Commission gave the 14-day Pre-Enforcement Notice on Tuesday, signed by the Director Public affairs, Ikechukwu Adinde. It said the warning is effective from Tuesday...