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Thisday (17th July, 2014) - MANDATORY CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CODE WILL STIFLE BEST PRACTICES IN TELECOMS

Stakeholders in the telecoms sector have hailed the decision of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) not to make the newly launched Corporate...

Guardian (16th July, 2014) - TELECOMS OPERATORS DENY INVOLVEMENT IN UNSOLICITED SMS MENACE, FINGER FOREIGN ELEMENTS

Telecommunications operators in Nigeria, including MTN, Airtel, Globacom and Etisalat have rejected blames that they were responsible for the...

Guardian (16th July, 2014) - INTERNET TO CONTRIBUTE $300 BILLION TO GDP OF NIGERIA, OTHERS BY 2025

Minister of Communications Technology, Dr. Omobola Johnson has said that the Internet can contribute up to $300 billion to Nigeria and other African...

Thisday (13th July, 2014) - NCC MOVES TO ENHANCE STAKEHOLDERS ROLE WITH CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CODE

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has insisted that the newly launched Corporate Governance Code for the telecommunications sector would...

Thisday (11th July, 2014) - NCC MOVES TO ENHANCE STAKEHOLDERS ROLE WITH CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CODE

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has insisted that the newly launched Corporate Governance Code for the telecommunications sector would...

Guardain (11th July, 2014) - NCC UNVEILS NEW CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CODE FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATORS

A corporate governance code that will protect the over $25bn worth of assets in the telecommunications sector has been unveiled by the Nigerian...

Thisday (3rd July, 2014) - TELECOMS FEES IMPACT BROADBAND, DIGITISATION IN AFRICA

A report by KPMG Research indicates that telecoms fees are impacting on broadband and digitization. Digitization directly impacts both the...

Thisday (1st July, 2014) - NCC DECLARES NITEL, STARCOMMS, OTHERS INACTIVE

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has declared the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited, NITEL, (the country’s pioneer telecoms operator)...

Guardian (30th June, 2014) - TELECOMS SECTOR GROWTH IS NO FLUKE

It has long been speculated that Nigeria’s telecom sector is a significant contributor to the nation’s gross domestic product. One refers to the...

Thisday (26th June, 2014) - FAIR REGULATORY POLICIES HAVE ENHANCED STEADY INTERNET GROWTH, SAYS NCC

The NCC has attributed the exponential growth in mobile Internet subscription to fair regulatory policies instituted by it. The Commission said its...

National Mirror (23rd June, 2014) - NCC ARRESTS 3 ILLEGAL SIM CARD DEALERS IN BWARI

NCC has arrested three illegal SIM card dealers in Bwari, FCT, as part of its efforts to check illegal SIM card dealers in Bwari, FCT, as part of its...

Punch (23rd June, 2014) - NCC TO APPOINT COMPANIES FOR BROADBAND SERVICES

The NCC says it has commenced the deployment of affordable and pervasive broadband services across the country. In a statement made available to...

Guardian (23rd June, 2014) - NCC TACKLES MTN ON RULES VIOLATION

There were indications at the weekend that the NCC might sanction MTN Nigeria for violating the order against its operator-dominance status and...

Thisday (19th June, 2014) - NCC, SERVICOM MOVE TO ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY

The NCC and Service Compact with all Nigerians (ServiCom), an agency under the presidency, have jointly begun a fresh advocacy for the implementation...

Thisday (19th June, 2014) - NCC FIXES NEW DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS ON INFRACOS

The NCC has announced that the submission of bids from interested infrastructure companies (Infracos) will end on August 4, 2014. The date is...

The Nigerian Communications Commission is the independent National Regulatory Authority for the telecommunications industry in Nigeria. The Commission is responsible for creating an enabling environment for competition among operators in the industry as well as ensuring the provision of qualitative and efficient telecommunications services throughout the country.

Our Mission
To support a market driven Communications industry and promote universal access.

Our Vision
To be a responsive, world-class Communications Regulatory Organisation.

Overarching Strategic Result
An Information rich environment, comparable globally in quality Communications service provision.

Our Guiding Principles
The Commission is driven by three guiding principles (Fair, Firm and Forthright) in carrying out its duties and functions as the National Telecommunications Regulator. These principles drive our Core Values.

Our Core Values

  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Professionalism
  • Responsiveness
  • Innovation
 
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