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Vanguard (21st January, 2015) - NIGERIA MOVES 21 STEPS IN E-GOVERNANCE - JOHNSON

The Minister of Communication Technology, Dr. Omobola Johnson, says Nigeria has moved 21 places in the bi-annual United Nations e-Government...

New Telegraph (15th January, 2015) - FG PLEDGES DEEPER ICT INTEGRATION

The Federal Government has said it will work closely with stakeholders in all sectors of the economy to increase ICTintegration this year to further...

New Telegraph (15th January, 2015) - TELECOMS: CHECKING EARLY INTERNET BUNDLE DEPLETION

As telecoms subscribers continue to grapple with the challenge of intermittent poor Quality of Services (QoS) coupled with the annoying incidence of...

New Telegraph (15th January, 2015) - $23.2M BROADBAND LICENCE HOLDER BEGINS OPERATION

Barring last minute change of plans, the $23.2 million 2.3 gigahertz spectrum licence issued to Bitflux Consortium by the NCC to drive broadband...

Businessday (13th January, 2015) - NIGERIA, SA, KENYA, AFRICA MOBILE DATA USE RISING, BROADBAND SPEED LAGS

Mobile data connections and services continue to grow strongly in Africa, but the continent lags behind most of the world in terms of high-speed...

Thisday (8th January, 2015) - MEETING NEW ICT TARGETS IN 2015

Stakeholders in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector are pushing for an aggressive infrastructure rollout across the country...

New Telegraph (9th January, 2015) - CONSORTIUM PAYS $75M DEPOSIT FOR NITEL

The preferred bidder and new owner of Nigeria Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) and its mobile arm, Nigerian Mobile Telecommunication (MTEL), NATCOM...

Daily Trust (12th January, 2015) - EVENTS THAT WILL DOMINATE TELECOMS, IT SECTOR THIS YEAR

Broadband rollout Broadband rollout, no doubt, will be among the most prominent events in the telecoms and ICT sector this year. The Nigerian...

Vanguard (31st December, 2014) - CONSUMERS’ PROTECTION IS OUR MANDATE – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, has reiterated its commitment to the protection of telecom consumers in Nigeria by ensuring that they...

Vanguard (31st December, 2014) - CLOSING ACCESS GAP IN NIGERIA: THE USPF EXAMPLE

Although Nigeria's Information and Communication Technology, ICT, market has recorded tremendous success while deploying 4G for commercial services,...

Peoples Daily (30th December 2014) - ICT CAN RESCUE NGERIA FROM DWINDLING OIL REVENUE – REPORT

Information communication technology (ICT) experts have said that ICT investments addressing African market realities would fuel GDP growth in key...

Nigerian Pilot (30th December 2014) - USPF COMMISSIONS FIRST SMART CLASSROOM

In providing equal access to telecommunications services and ICT infrastructure in the country, the Universal Service Provision Fund (USPF), a fund...

Newswatch (29th December, 2014) - DIAL 622 TO REPORT TELCOS, NCC TELLS SUBSCRIBERS

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that any telcos aggrieved subscriber has the first option to petition his/her network service...

Guardian (24th December, 2014) - NIGERIA ENDS 2014 WITH 8% BROADBAND PENETRATION

Operators deploy 106,124km fibre optic cables in service expansion Barring any unforeseen circumstances, by December 31, Nigeria should end...

Punch (24th December, 2014) - NCC SAYS SALE OF PRE-REGISTERED SIM CARDS CRIMINAL

NCC has described the sale of pre-registered SIM cards by some vendors in the country criminal. Mr. Okechukwu Itanyi, Executive Commissioner,...

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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