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Showing posts with label ncc. Show all posts
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Thursday, 2 August 2018

Glo, 9mobile, MTN And Lost 512,315 Internet Subscribers – NCC Report

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has released a report via their website claiming that the number of Internet users in the country has dropped to 102,805,122 million in June from the 103,152,726 million recorded in May.

The NCC made this disclosure in its Monthly Internet Subscribers Data for June 2018 on its website.

The data showed a decrease 347,604 subscribers in the country.

Breakdown Of The Report  (Gainers and Losers)

Airtel won the race as the Telecom giant gained more internet subscribers during the month under review,9Mobile and Globacom were the  losers while MTN were the big loser. The breakdown revealed that

✅Airtel gained 162,711 new internet users, increasing subscription to its services from 26,548,338 million in May to 26, 711,049 in June, 2018.

✅Globacom also lost 36,187 internet users thereby, reducing its subscribers base to 26, 571,254 in June from 26,607,441 recorded in May, 2018.
✅MTN lost 253,612 internet users in June amounting to 38, 937,473 as against 39,191,085 recorded in May, 2018.

✅9mobile lost about 222,516 internet users in June, reducing its subscribers to 10,585,346 as against 10,807,862 recorded in May.

This data definitely stress the point that Data is too expensive in Nigeria, and the rate at which it's consumed cannot be account for most times (MTN is guilty of this). 


What do you feel caused the decrease in the subscribers? Have Your Say Using the comment box below


Saturday, 30 September 2017

NCC Commands Mtn, Glo, Airtel And Others To Extend The Expiry Date Of There 30 Days Plan

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Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has mandated all telecoms operators in Nigeria to give 14 days grace to their subscribers to exhaust their remaining data after the 30 days validity period 

ThisDay newspaper reports Me. Hellen Obi, who represented the Executive Vice Chairman NCC, Professor Umar Danbata, said this yesterday in Minna, Niger State, at the Consumers Conservation Forum organised by the NCC to sensitise consumers on the need to follow the right path in resolving issues with their service providers.

The NCC also advised the consumers that if their complaints are not solved by their network provider , they can call the NCC and lay their complaints, assuring them that the commission will take the matter and resolve it, which includes the compensation of the subscriber.
The NCC also introduced their Toll Free Line which is 622 which allows consumers  report unsolved complaints to the commission and improving quality of service. 

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

NCC Express Disappointment Over Poor Quality Of Data Services

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The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta is miffed that subscribers are fleeced by the operators in terms of the quality of data services on offer, demanding that more value should be given for money spent on data. He also expressed the commission’s disgust at the snail speed of internet services and also urged both the operators and the internet service providers to invest more on infrastructure to ensure improvement in what is currently available. 


Danbatta who spoke in an interview with one of the nation’s television networks, promised that government would look for a way of assisting network providers to ensure adequate infrastructure that would aid robust internet and improve data services. He said, “Data is becoming a major issue and infrastructure for data is a major headache in Nigeria. To ensure that we enjoy what we pay for, there is need for more infrastructure deployment.

Read Also: Get Free 61GB Data Night Plan + 2500Naira Airtime For A Month From 9mobile

 “The statistics we have supports the claim that voice subscription has dropped to 148m (10%). But the data subscription is going up. One will expect the telecom companies to make more money from mobile voice services and SMS. But consumers are very clever, migrating from high tariff and poor voice services and SMS to data services. 

“Unfortunately, the data services enable subscribers enjoy voice services like Whatsapp and so on. We are in a situation where we need value for money. There is an argument that with the infrastructure, the telcos will invest more here but what is happening in the social media space indicate that we need more infrastructure to optimize data services. We are concerned that until something is done by providing more infrastructure capacity, the data services will encounter more problems.” On quality of internet service, he said the current poor quality of internet services was unacceptable and lamented the challenges the telcos are contending with. “I am not satisfied with the speed of internet experienced today.

The speed in the national broadband says 1.5 mega Hz per second. In places like Lagos, you may get higher speed, Kano you hardly get 500 kbits, which is too small. The disadvantage of having very slow speed of internet is that you can’t do so many things.  Like I said, although we are contending with a lot of network challenges, the network operators should give value for money,” he added.

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SEE ALSO: Nigerians Should Expect Revised Data Price Soon - NCC

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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Nigerians Should Expect Revised Data Price Soon - NCC

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The Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) has said Nigerians should expect a new data price as soon as an on-going cost-based research is concluded.

This was disclosed in Abuja by the Executive Vice Chairman of the NCC, Umar Garba Dambatta during a chat with DAILY POST.

He said this was necessary in order to forestall a price war in the data sub-segment of the telecommunications industry. This Price war Prevention was the reason Glo Reviewed their data plan

Dambatta disclosed that the commission was looking at other temporary measures in other to ensure that data services improved.

He Said “We have noticed that the level of data usage is growing. This attests to the earlier assertion by the NCC that data is going to be the next frontier.

“You recall that NCC attempted to do the interim price floor for data in order to ensure that we do not have a price war in the data sub-segment of the industry.

“This of course met with resistance from the consumers; and because the NCC is a listening agency, we suspended the interim price floor.

“As I am talking to you, there is a cost-based study going on in order to arrive at an accepted, affordable data price floor which will come into force as soon as the consultants’ work is concluded.

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“That is, as soon as the outcome of this consultancy that is on-going over data price is discussed, as usual, and is further consulted upon with other stakeholders who we expect will provide useful information towards arriving at an acceptable price floor for data.

“We are also looking at other temporary measures in other to ensure that data services improve.

“We are thinking about providing palliatives to smaller operators in the industry. I mean those with about 7.5 percent share of the market.

“We are in discussion with them in order to see how we can help them to provide data services in different part of the country even as we are talking with bigger operators to ensure that we find a way to improve the quality of data services.”

Do You Think The Data price Would Be Reduced Drastically Or Increased. Have Your Say Using The Comment Box Below

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9Mobile Recorded the Highest Number of Porting Subscribers, See Full Reports!

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9Mobile formerly known as Etisalat Just recorded the highest number of porting subscribers after just a week of taking over Etisalat.

According to NCC, 9Mobile recorded a total of 15,253 subscribers porting from The likes of Globacom, Airtel And Mtn.

Airtel Coming second in ranks having recorded 2,597 subscribers porting in, while Mtn Came third with 1,245 subscribers and Glo came last after recording the least number of subscribers porting in.

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9mobile Actually recorded the lowest number of outgoing subscribers with 1,826 subscribers porting out, While Glo recorded 4,786 subscribers porting out, Airtel recorded 6,540 subscribers porting out while mtn Recorded 6,567 subscribers Porting out.

The figures below gives the impression that Nigerians are still very much in love with Etisalat(Now 9Mobile) and as usual expecting some amazing awoof.

Though this development is not surprising since they are new and re-branding Nigerians would expect awoof from them which they already embarked on.

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Thursday, 10 August 2017

JUST IN: NCC Stops Glo Free Data Day Promo

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NCC has yet again exercised their power over Telecom operators in Nigeria, As They halted the Glo free Data Day Which was slated for tomorrow Friday, August 11.
Yesterday i reported on this blog about the GLO FREE DATA DAY which gives you access to the internet all the long courtesy Glo. 
But Today, everything has changed due to the NCC intervention.
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