In a forlorn tone laced with resignation, the CEO of a formerly thriving Value Added Services (VAS) provider in Nigeria’s telecommunications sector recounted how regulations of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) sank his business.
Everyone wants to do everything on mobile these days, from banking with a simple USSD menu to consulting with their doctor via SMS.
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A representative of the Nigerian telecoms regulator blamed “sub-standard” and “unapproved” phones for cancer and network interruptions.
The Nigerian Communications Commission must strive to balance competing interests in its efforts to establish an Internet Industry Code of Practice
That noise you hear is a collective sigh of relief