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FG Adopts National Duct Policy to Reduce Infrastructure Damage

A National Duct Policy has been established by the Federal Government to prevent network providers from haphazardly laying cables across national infrastructure and damaging them in the process. This information…

Finally, FG Makes U-turn on Proposed Tax on Telcoms Services

Prior to this, the Nigeria’s Finance Ministry had insisted that the country was in financial crises and needed a way out.

[BREAKING] Pantami Kicks Against Proposed Tax on Telcom Services

“I have not been officially informed about it and we at the Ministry are not satisfied with any effort to introduce excise duty on telecommunications.

Orange Group Eyes Nigeria’s Technology Market, Meets NCC

Orange Group wants to support the vision of the Commission in driving broadband penetration for a robust digital economy and leveraging local content development initiatives.

Rebuilding Telecoms for Digitally-driven, Integrated Operations

Modern software that can overlay and enhance existing systems will be fundamental for those operating in telecoms to enhance their businesses, writes HEMAN KASSAN, the Chief Commercial Officer of Technodyn

Telecoms: Announcing LATTICE Conference 2022 by BusinessDay

BusinessDay is set to host a conference tagged Lattice; a major telecoms conference.

Nigeria’s Population Still Huge Asset to Attract FDI in Telecoms Sector – Danbatta

Nigeria’s economy recorded a boost in foreign direct investment from the telecoms sector to the tune of N23.982 billion in Q1 of 2022

NCC Solicits Consumers’ Support to Improve Telecom Service Delivery

The dialogue took place in Danbatta Local Government Area, Kano State recently with a focus on, “Protection of Telecom Infrastructure for Improved Quality of Service: The Role of Residents.”