Monday October 03, 2022

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: Notification: Upload of Consultation Paper on Procedures and Guidelines for the Provision of Value Added Services in Nigeria.

We refer to the notification on the above subject matter, wherein the Commission requested stakeholders to submit their comments not later than 30th March, 2016.

Due to popular request from stakeholders who are unable to meet the deadline of 30th March, 2016, the Commission has graciously extended the deadline for submission of comments to 6th April, 2016.

The Nigerian communications commission, the regulator of the telecommunications industry in Nigeria, supports innovations, inventions and research from tertiary institution in the country that are practical, locally realizable and have clear potential of developing the telecommunications industry.

Pursuant to this objective, the commission invites proposals from academics in tertiary institution that have feasible research ideas, capable of replacing or enhancing foreign technologies in the telecommunications industry in Nigeria. It is envisaged that the initiative will help build capacity in the tertiary institution and promote Nigeria’s contribution to the pool of technologies in use in the communications industry.

The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria, hereby informs parties interested in participating in the Auction of Frequency Spectrum Licences in the 2.6 GHz band that the process of the Auction has resumed.

Further to the Presidential directive that all Federal Government Agencies should commence full implementation of Treasury Single Account (TSA) with effect from 15th September 2015, The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) hereby informs all stakeholders that it now collects payments through the CBN payment gateway (REMITA). REMITA provides the NCC’s payers up to six channels to make payment for services promptly.

The Commission, in a bid to ensure sustainability, growth and development of the data service market segment, approved the withdrawal of data floor price on October 13, 2015. However, the Commission will restore the floor price if any distortion is observed within the market segment.