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The Nation (April 15, 2015) - REPS PASS N60.2 B NCC BUDGET

The House of Representatives yesterday passed the N60.258 billion 2015 budget of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). Details provided in...

Businessday (April 14, 2015) - INFRACOS TO PERK UP BROADBAND SERVICES, CONNECT OVER 60 CITIES

Licensed infrastructure companies (InfraCos) in the country plan to perk up broadband services in Nigeria’s commercial capital, Lagos and connect...

Thisday (April 13, 2015) - NATCOMS CONSORTIUM COMPLETES PAYMENT FOR NITEL/MTEL

The preferred bidder for Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) and its mobile arm (Mtel), NATCOM Consortium, has paid the 70 percent...

Thisday (April 10, 2015) - NCC TENNIS LEAGUE: STRICT RULES FOR ITF CERTIFIED UMPIRES

Organisers of the Nigeria Communications Commission's (NCC) Tennis League have revealed that 10 International Tennis Federation (ITF) certified...

The Guardian (April 10, 2015) - NIGERIA'S TELECOMS INDUSTRY GENERATES $9.8B IN 2014

Nigeria's burgeoning telecommunications sector generated $9.8 billion revenue in 2014. This figure was contained in a research material undertaken by...

Punch (April 9, 2015) - ACTIVE MOBILE INTERNET SUBSCRIBERS RISE BY 18.42 MILLION

The number of Nigerians that are accessing the Internet through the Global System for Mobile Communication Networks has leaped by 18,418,476 in the...

New Telegraph (April 9, 2015) - TELCOS TO INVEST $1.4TRN IN NIGERIA, OTHERS

Mobile telecoms operators in Nigeria and other countries’ investment levels are forecast to reach a cumulative $ 1.4 trillion in the six years...

Vanguard (April 8, 2015) - BROADBAND COUNCIL OKAYS 4 COASTAL STATES FOR CABLE LANDING … TASKS NCC ON INCENTIVES

The National Broadband Council, last week, approved the building of fibre optic cable landing points in four coastal states to ensure widespread...

Businessday (April 2, 2015) - TELCOS LEVERAGE ON OUTSTANDING MODEL TO IMPROVE SERVICE QUALITY

As the Telecoms industry matures, competition has enforced the need for differentiation amongst Nigerian Mobile Networks Operators (MNOs) and this,...

Businessday (April 7, 2015) - NCC PLANS REGULATION ON UNSOLICITED TEXT AS TELCOS FOOT DRAG

Plans by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) are underway to develop fresh regulation aimed at curbing the menace of unsolicited text...

National Mirror (April 7, 2015) - TELECOMS INFRASTRUCTURE PUSHES NIGERIA INTO HIGH VENDOR REVENUE RANK –EMEA

The presence of infrastructure vendor company’s in most African countries to grow the telecoms industry may have been responsible for the inclusion...

Nigerian Tribune (April 7, 2015) - INTERNET USAGE ON NIGERIA’S GSM NETWORKS HIT 81 MILLION

The NCC has said the number of internet users on the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) networks has increased from 76,322,802 in 2014 to...

The Nation (April 2, 2015) - NCC SET TO CAP TRANSMISSION CABLE PRICE FOR OPERATORS

Worried by current regime of denial of access to viable routes, predatory pricing and discriminatory and arbitrary pricing in transmission cable...

Businessday (March 31, 2015) - NCC POSPTPONES 2.6GHZ FREQUENCY SPECTRUM AUCTION AGAIN

For the second time in less than six months, the NCC has suspended the 2.6GHz spectrum auction slated for May 4 this year which would have raked in a...

Guardian (March 25, 2015) - PHASE3 TELECOM EXPANDS FIBRE OPTIC CABLE LINK IN WEST AFRICA

West Africa’s largest independent fibre optic infrastructure and telecommunications services provider – Phase3 Telecom has announced plans to...

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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