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Telecom workers suspend planned strike to disrupt network services

The Private Telecommunications and Communications Senior Staff of Nigeria (PTECSSAN) has suspended plans to embark on strike that would affect all networks associated with Huawei Technologies Nigeria Ltd. PTECSSAN’s General Secretary, Mr Abdullahi Okonu, made the confirmation in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Lagos. Okonu said the decision
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NIN Enrollment: NIMC moves against extortion

NIN: Telecom workers reject FG’s 2-week deadline

…Say it’s impossible to link 170m subscribers’ lines with NIN in 2 weeks …Unjustifiable, unnecessary, stop it, SERAP tells Buhari …Lawyer drags FG, NCC to court over NIN registration deadline By Victor Ahiuma-Young, Olasunkanmi Akoni & By Henry Ojelu Workers in the nation’s Communications industry under the aegis of Private Telecommunications and Communications Senior Staff
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9mobile

9mobile splashes 195m on customer promo

Telecommunications operator 9mobile has thrown a whopping N195 million into customer relations management. This is by way of rewarding loyal customers who have kept faith throughout its ordeal and still repose confidence in the operator to maintain its claim of being the most innovative service provider in the telecom genre.

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Telecom services playing a New “Super-Utility Role” in the COVID-19 Era – Agusto & Co

The global evolution from voice and short message service (SMS) to data services has continued to disrupt traditional telecommunications business models globally. This has been amplified during the coronavirus (COVID-19) induced lockdown as “work from home” and “social distancing” became the buzzwords in the current business landscape, with the telecoms sector being the invisible hand
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Danbatta

New telecom regulation beckons

By Prince Osuagwu, Hi-Tech Editor The Nigerian telecom sector may soon herald fresh transformation as new guiding principles have started to unfold gradually. Barely a month after the current Executive Vice Chairman, EVC of the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Prof Umar Danbatta was reappointed, the man is beginning to give an indication that a new
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