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NCC explains data depletion during lock down

NCC explains data depletion during lock down

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has explained why telecoms consumers are witnessing faster data depletion since the beginning of the lockdown. The Commission, in a public notice, also gave reasons for the various factors affecting the consumption of data. The Director of Public Affairs, NCC, Dr. Henry Nkemadu, in the notice, said: “The nature of technology (2G, 3G or 4G ), the quality of the network, the speed of the download, the type of websites you visit, the specifications of your handset, and so many other factors contribute to your data consumption.” NCC disclosed that during the lockdown, which commenced on March 30th in some states, it received a total of 76 complaints, 58 of which were said to be related to unsatisfactory data services. ...
Sit-at-home subscribers pressure telecom operators for tariffs slash

Sit-at-home subscribers pressure telecom operators for tariffs slash

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Telecommunications subscribers have pressured mobile network operators (MNOs) to initiate slash in prices of data, voice and all other telecoms services across the country. This, according to them, has become necessary following the Federal Government’s Sit-At-Home policy. They stressed that since most people will be working from home, and at the same time not get bored, MNOs should be considerate enough to bring down prices. The Sit-At-Home policy is part of the Federal Government’s efforts targeted at curtailing the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Subscribers took to the social media to voice out their opinions called on the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to intervene in the matter urgently. There are about 185 million active telephone users in Nigeria. ...