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NCC vows to protect consumers from exploitation by service providers

The Executive Vice Chairman, Nigeria Communications Commission, Prof. Umar Danbatta, says the commission is committed to protecting telecom subscribers from being exploited by service providers.

Call masking: NCC seeks subscribers’ input as industry loses $3 billion

As part of efforts to deepen awareness campaign on call masking which has made the telecom industry to lose $3billion, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has urged consumers to report the local numbers through which they receive foreign calls for proper tracking.
Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Umar Danbatta,

NCC: 36.6 million telephone lines in Nigeria redundant

The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Umar Danbatta, on Thursday said the 36.6 million telephone lines withdrawn from telecom operators in March this year, were found to be redundant.

Telecoms subscribers task network operators on privacy

The National Association of Telecoms Subscribers (NATCOMS) on Monday urged telecom operators to uphold the privacy of their subscribers.

‘Do not Disturb’ code subscribers hit 10 million – NCC

Prof. Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), says that lose to 10 million subscribers had activated the “Do not Disturb Code’’.

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.

ID card rule hurting sim replacement rate – TELCOs

Operators of telecommunications networks in the country say the means of identification rule imposed by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is reducing the rate of successful sim replacement.

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