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NCC assures of vibrant telecoms sector – Daily Post Nigeria – Daily Post Nigeria

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it has taken steps to ensure that the telecommunications sector remains vibrant. The Executive Vice Chairman, NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta said this in Lagos during the 81st edition of the Telecoms Consumer Parliament (TCP). The chairman was represented by the Executive Commission, Stakeholders Management, NCC, Mr Sunday Dare. He said that the commission would ... Read More »

3 Taiwanese arrested in Thailand for telecoms fraud – Focus Taiwan News Channel

Bangkok, Sept. 24 (CNA) Thai police arrested three Taiwanese nationals in Nakhon Ratchasima Province (Khorat Province) Sept. 22 on suspicion of involvement in telecoms fraud. The three entered Thailand on tourist visas and headed to a shopping mall in the northeastern province, where they withdrew cash from bank ATMs in what Thai police have called a telecoms fraud operation. Acting ... Read More »

Telecoms Jump as Investors Seek Defensive Sectors — Telecoms Roundup – Fox Business

Shares of telecommunications companies rose as investors sought out defensive sectors. Continue Reading Below Among global telecom giants, Britain’s Vodafone may be better placed than former partner Verizon Communications. Since Vodafone sold its 45% Verizon Wireless stake to Verizon in 2014, “the two Telcos’ paths have diverged,” according to Morgan Stanley analysts. While Vodafone has expanded cable and fixed-line holdings, ... Read More »

NCC assures of vibrant telecoms sector – Daily Post Nigeria

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it has taken steps to ensure that the telecommunications sector remains vibrant. The Executive Vice Chairman, NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta said this in Lagos during the 81st edition of the Telecoms Consumer Parliament (TCP). The chairman was represented by the Executive Commission, Stakeholders Management, NCC, Mr Sunday Dare. He said that the commission would ... Read More »

Telecoms reintroduced in BOI investment plan | SunStar – Sun.Star

Friday, September 22, 2017 THE Bureau of Investments (BOI) have reintroduced telecommunications project in the 2017 Investment Priorities Plan (IPP) in a bid to increase investors in the industry. “Several years ago, we used to have it in the IPP but then removed it. Now we are reintroducing but there is a condition that only new players would qualify,” said ... Read More »

Unearthing Africa's telecoms sector growth potential – NewsDay

AFRICA is the second largest continent in the world, with a population of more than one billion people. The social and economic impact that telecommunications have had on Africa over the past decade are astounding. The sector has bought billions of dollars from international investors. BY PATSON CHAPEYAMA Africa’s communications marketplace has now passed the tipping point from high potential ... Read More »

Indian telecoms fee cut seen boosting upstart operator Reliance Jio – Economic Times

MUMBAI: The Indian telecoms regulator’s decision to reduce a fee operators pay each other for calls made from one network to another could help upstart operator Reliance Jio to step up its aggressive push for market share. While the regulator’s move is a negative for market leaders Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular, which earn revenue from rivals for ... Read More »