The Federal Republic of Nigeria

Public Notices

The following are the Public Notices issued by the Nigerian Communications Commission. By the publication of these notices in print, broadcast or online, the Commission seeks to inform the public of developments and upcoming actions relating to its activites and the Nigerian telecommunications industry.

Re-categorization of lots TS-1

The general public and interested bidders are hereby notified of the extension of the bid submission deadline earlier published by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) in the Daily Trust and The Guardian newspapers on October 23, 2019, with regards to the re-categorization of Lot TS-1 (End User SMS Authentication System for IMEI based mobile devices, QR coding of Type Approval Identifier label and hands on the system).

The Month of October is the National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). This is observed annually and focuses on raising awareness about Cyber Security and providing the public with general knowledge and tools to help them keep safe when on the Internet.

Being cyber-aware  empowers the consumer  by making them aware of both the positive and negative potentials available online and measures to take in safeguarding themselves.

Click below for Cyber Security tips to help users stay safe.

pdf NCC Cyber Security Awareness Tips (705 KB)

In line with the Federal Government directives that USSD charges as announced by operators be suspended.

Tthe Nigerian Communications Commission hereby notifies consumers of telecommunication services and the general public of the immediate suspension of End User Billing for financial transactions through USSD channel by all service providers.

...Made pursuant to the Nigeria Communications Act 2003 and the Guidelines for Procedure for Granting Approval to disconnect Telecommunications Operators

The Nigerian Communications Commission hereby notifies the general public and subscribers of Glomobile Limited (Glomobile) that approval has been granted for the partial disconnection of Glomobile from Airtel Networks Limited (Airtel) as a result of non-settlement of interconnect charges.


    The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is the Federal Government Agency responsible for the regulation of the telecommunication industry in Nigeria.   Pursuant to its statutory mandate, and consistent with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act  2007, the NCC hereby invites qualified, competent and  reputable contractors, consultants and service providers to submit bids for the following works and goods in its 2019 budget: