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Telecommunications operators have blasted the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) over its threat to demolish about 7000 mast, largely owned by Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) service providers in the country.

NCAA begins 8,805 telecom masts demolition

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Tuesday said it will demolish 8,805 masts belonging to Globacom Nigeria Limited, banks and other financial institutions.

NCC: More subscribers left Glo in February

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on Monday said that telecommunications operators carried out 14,639 Mobile Number Portability activities in February 2019.

Globacom subscribers base rises to 45.2 million

Nigerian telecommunication multinational, Globacom Nigeria Limited has grown its subscribers’ base from 43,237,188 in November 2018 to 45,255,297, representing 26.24 percent of the total telecom subscribers in the country.

NCC orders fresh due diligence on preferred bidder for 9Mobile

Confusion has again hit the bid for 9Mobile as the communications sector regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Wednesday said it had ordered fresh due diligence on the preferred bidder selected for the telecom firm.

Globacom denies sacking married women

Globacom Nigeria on Wednesday said letters circulating online about the firm sacking married women were fake.

Reps committee asks IGP Ibrahim Idris to arrest Glo chief Mike Adenuga over alleged...

A house of representatives ad-hoc panel has asked Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police, to arrest Mike Adenuga, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Globacom Nigeria.

Why we stripped Globacom of its operational license – Benin Republic

The government of Benin Republic on Wednesday said its rejection of Globacom-Benin’s bid to renew its operational license had nothing to do with sanctions against the company either for violation of its regulations or dispute over new conditions imposed for the license.

House of Reps summon telecom firms over alleged defaults in taxes, others

The House of Representatives ad-hoc committee investigating the operations of telecommunications service providers and vendors yesterday summoned some heads of telecoms companies in the country over alleged non-payment of taxes and the required percentages of their profits to the Federal Government.

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