The Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria, ATCON has commended the Executive Governors of Ekiti State, Gov. Fayemi Kayode and his Imo state counterpart, Sent. Hope Uzodinma for the implementation of the approved right of way price from a very exorbitant price to an industry and investment friendly price of N145 per liner meter approved by the Federal Government.Read More
In view of the imminent country lockdown and restriction of movements in an attempt to curb the spread of Coronavirus outbreak in the country, the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has requested that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) initiate the process of National Right of passage for all technical staff of telecommunications companies in the event of foreseeable lockdown by either the Federal or the State Governments.Read More
… Say His Goal Is to Make a Difference in ICT Sector By Emmanuel Elebeke Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ibrahim Pantami says his goal is to make a difference and leave indelible mark in the nation’s ICT sector of the economy by tackling the myriads of challenges inhibiting development the sector.
Association of Telecom Companies of Nigeria, ATCON, has declared it would change the method of engagement with the states over alleged arbitrary right of way RoW, levies and duplication of taxes against the telecom companies in Nigeria.Read More
Association of Telecom Companies of Nigeria, ATCON, yesterday said it has decided to change the method of engagement with the states over alleged arbitrary right of way RoW, levies and duplication of taxes against the telecom companies in Nigeria.Read More
At the Telecom Executives and Regulators Forum, organised by the Association of Telecoms Companies of Nigeria, ATCON, in Lagos, the Nigeria Communications Commission, NCC, disclosed its plan to auction 2.5/2.6 GHz spectrum and 700 MHz for 4G LTE coverage requirements, as well as assign high-capacity 70/80 GHz spectrum bands in its bid to boost operators’ ability to provide broadband services without affecting quality of service.Read More
At the just concluded second quarter industry forum on Mobile Number Portability, MNP, organized by the ICT Publishers Alliance held in Lagos recently, telcos under the umbrella of the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria , (ATCON) disagreed with the regulator, NCC, over options of sanctions for errant mobile service providers under the MPN scheme.Read More