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The Guadian (26th February, 2015) - NCC TO BOOST MOBILE BROADBAND WITH 70/80GHz BAND'S AUCTION:

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is considering another frequency licensing in the 70/80GHz spectrum bands. Though, the NCC has set aside...

Thisday (26th February, 2015) - NCC, TELCOS IN NEW COLLABORATION TO IMPROVE SERVICE QUALITY

The NCC, the telecoms industry regulator, is in a new collaboration with telecoms operators to further improve service quality across networks. The...

National Mirror (26th February, 2015) - INFRACOS’ INVESTMENTS WILL BRIDGE BROADBAND GAP

There are indications that the country may have gotten it right concerning the strategy to accelerate its broadband aspiration following the...

Daily Independent (24th February, 2015) - NIGERIA BRACES UP FOR LAST MILE BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE

The announcement of MainOne and HIS Consortium, as the two Optic Fibre Infrastructure companies (InfraCos) for Lagos and North Central zones...

Daily Sun (24th February, 2015) - ICT: FG TEST-RUNS BROADBAND IN LAGOS, NORTH-CENTRAL

The Federal Government is test-running broadband services with the award of two licences, one for Lagos and the other for North-Central including...

Thisday (23rd February, 2015) - BT TO Host COMMONWEALTH CYBERSECURITY FORUM

British Telecoms (BT) has indicated interest to host the Commonwealth Cybersecurity Forum 2015 organised by the Commonwealth Telecommunications...

Guardian (20th February, 2015) - EARNINGS FROM MOBILE MONEY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA TO HIT $1.5 BILLION

Increased tempo around the adoption of mobile money in sub-Saharan Africa has been projected to have huge growth potential and earnings for banks,...

New Telegraph (19th February, 2015) - ITU PLANS MORE RADIO CONNECTIVITY

The international Telecommunications Union (ITU) has disclosed plans to develop new global standards for radio technology to extend access to...

New Telegraph (19th February, 2015) - DIGITAL INCLUSION KEY TO NIGERIA’S GROWTH-NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has implemented some initiatives aimed at bridging the digital divide, even as it said pervasive digital...

Guardian (18th February, 2015) - ETISALAT, AIRTEL TOP MNP GAINERS’ CHART

In spite of the low tempo that has greeted the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service lately, about 149,139 mobile subscribers in the country ported...

Vanguard (18th February, 2015) - FG TARGETS TERTIARY INSTITUTINS TO CREATE MORE DIGITAL AWARENESS

Federal Government is trying hard to prove that their desire to anchor the economy on ICT is not a fluke. This apparently has given rise to the...

Nigerian Tribune (17th February, 2015) - NCC TAKES DIGITAL DIVIDENDS TO VARSITIES, OTHERS VIA ADAPTI, DAP

As part of its deliberate digital inclusion policy to address digital divides across a broad spectrum of the society generally and the school system...

Punch (13th February, 2015) - TELEPHONY: GOVERNMENT TO CONNECT 1.6 MILLION RURAL DWELLERS

The Federal Government has set out four to six weeks for the completion of 158 new Base Transceiver Station sites in rural areas across the country....

Thisday (12th February, 20150 - PRIVATE SECTOR, MILITARY URGED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF NIGCOMSAT

Minister of Communication Technology, Mrs. Omobola Johnson, former Minister of Science Technology, Prof. Turner Isoun and the Chairman, House of...

New Telegraph (12th February, 2015) - BANDWIDTH: NIGERIA RECORDS 42% PRICE CRASH

Nigeria has recorded about 42 per cent crash in the cost of megabit per second of bandwidth. Stakeholders on the other hand have said that further...

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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