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NCC records 5.53 percent broadband penetration in 10 months

The Nigerian Communications Communication, NCC, says it recorded 5.53 percent broadband penetration between January – October 2019.

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.

NCC: Mobile porting activities decline by 53 per cent

The Nigerian Communications Commission has reported a decline of 53 percent in mobile number portability activities by telecommunications operators

NCC: 16,287 telecom subscribers changed network providers in June

A total of 16,287 mobile telecommunications subscribers moved to other network providers in June, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said.
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NCC: 13,203 telecoms subscribers ported in May

A total of 13,203 mobile telecommunications subscribers in Nigeria dropped their various network providers for others in May, the Nigerian Communications Commission has said.

Mobile number porting activities decline by 1,323

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on Thursday said that Mobile Number Portability (MNP) activities carried out by telecommunications operators decreased from 34,837 in August to 33,514 in September.

Telecom operators engaged in 34,837 porting activities in August – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission on Thursday said the Mobile Number Portability activities carried out by telecommunications operators increased to 34,837 in August.

NCC restates commitment to consumer protection

The Nigerian Communication Commission has highlighted the importance of consumers in the telecoms industry, even as it stressed the need for consumer satisfaction and protection as enshrined in the eight Point Agenda of the Commission.

NCC says will ensure vibrant telecoms sector

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it has taken steps to ensure that the telecommunications sector remains vibrant.

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