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New Payment Regulations Open The Door To MNOs In Nigeria
For example, the regulations require PSBs to issue cards and install ATMs rather than giving them the option of a purely digital proposition.
Nigeria
16 Oct 2019
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Super-Agent Licences And The Implications For The Telecommunications ("Telcos") And Banking Institutions ("BI") In Nigeria
On the 29th of July 2019, MTN's subsidiary; Yello Digital Financial Services Limited was issued a licence to operate as a Super-Agent by the Central Bank of Nigeria, making MTN the first Telco in Nigeria to delve into financial services.
Nigeria
30 Aug 2019
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Opening Up Access To Spectrum Transfer In Nigeria: Examining The NCC Spectrum Trading Guidelines
The brief provides information on the spectrum licensing regime of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and evaluates options for transferring Access Spectrum License in Nigeria.
Nigeria
13 Jun 2019
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TMT Predictions 2019
Predictions has been published since 2001. Back in 2009 and 2010, we wrote about the launch of exciting new fourth-generation wireless networks called 4G (aka LTE).
Nigeria
20 Feb 2019
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NCC, NLRC Sign MoU For Telcos To Host Lottery Services
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC) have on Monday, 6th August 2018 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on regulation of lottery activities on telecommunications platforms.
Nigeria
26 Nov 2018
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The Supreme Court Of Nigeria Electronic Mailing System; A Step In The Right Direction
The mailing system will amongst other things enable litigants and opposing parties file and serve their processes online without necessarily visiting the Supreme Court.
Nigeria
21 Nov 2018
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Federal High Court Upholds Power Of States To Regulate Siting Of Telecommunication Infrastructure
The court held that the sites where telecommunication masts are located do not constitute business premises within the intendment of the enabling legislation.
Nigeria
21 Nov 2018
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Multiple Taxes, Levies And Regulations In The Nigerian Telecommunications Industry
With elections looming and the need to deliver on earlier campaign promises, there is renewed revenue generation drive by all tiers of government.
Nigeria
2 Nov 2018
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The Efficacy Of Consumer Protection Laws In The Nigerian Telecommunications Industry (Part Two)
In the first series to this article, the concepts of consumers and consumer protection was explained. The legal regime of the applicable laws in Nigeria ...
Nigeria
10 Aug 2018
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The Efficacy Of Consumer Protection Laws In The Nigerian Telecommunications Industry (Part One)
In a country where there are over 149 million active phone lines, where over 10 million people are owners of at least one mobile phone, and where the telecommunications industry contributes more...
Nigeria
12 Jun 2018
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Service Provider Interruption Of Access To Network – Oregbemhe
A Telecommunications Service Provider's Wrongful Interruption of a Subscriber's Access to Network Usage: Any Right of Action?
Nigeria
27 Apr 2018
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Telephone Subscribers' Rights And Remedies For Dropped Calls And Undelivered Text Messages: The Legal Perspective.1
In telephony, dropped calls may be due to the service providers' fault, local environment constraints, and cell phone problems.
Nigeria
10 Apr 2018
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Merger Control 2015
The NCC gives a maximum of sixty (60) days for such notification and responds within a thirty (30) day time frame.
Nigeria
23 Jun 2017
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Africa Mobile Consumer Survey 2015/2016 - Game Of Phones
Nearly half of smartphone owners regularly use their devices on public transport, at work and while shopping.
Nigeria
1 Mar 2017
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Africa Mobile Consumer Survey 2015/2016: Game Of Phones
As smartphones become ever more embedded in the lives of Africans, we see new opportunities and challenges for the mobile sector, retailers, advertisers and beyond.
Nigeria
8 Nov 2016
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Big Brother Is ‘Tapping In'… Loud And Clear!
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has concluded plans to introduce Lawful Interception (LI); a legally sanctioned official access to private communications, such as telephone calls or email messages
Nigeria
18 Oct 2016
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Impact Of NCC's Removal Of The Data Floor Price On The Internet Data Market
The philosophy behind the removal is to enable ISPs to bring down their internet data price as low as possible so as to gain more subscribers as well as make it cheaper for Nigerians to access the internet.
Nigeria
20 Jul 2016
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Emerging Economies And The Need For Effective Regulatory Framework
Telecommunications has enjoyed rapid growth following continuous demands for improved services and corresponding technological advancement to meet these demands.
Nigeria
27 Jun 2016
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Lagos Tax Tribunal Rules On VAT On Services Rendered Outside Nigeria
The Lagos Tax Appeal Tribunal on 12 February 2016 ruled in favour of the Federal Inland Revenue Service in its case with Vodacom Business Nigeria Limited.
Nigeria
17 May 2016
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The Panacea To Nigeria's Growing Interconnect Debts
The deregulation of the telecommunications sector in 2001 led to the issuance of telecom licenses to major telecom providers.
Nigeria
26 Nov 2015
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