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Trade Fair: NCC sensitises consumers, reassures of launch of 5G in Nigeria

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 The Nigerian Communications Commission NCC has sensitised consumers on telecom services and reassured of the full commercial launch of Fifth Generation 5G in Nigeria The commission made this known at the NCC Day held at the 17th Abuja International Trade Fair Convention Centre on Tuesday The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the trade fair which commenced on Friday has as its theme Creating an Export Ready Market Through SME Digitalisation The Executive Vice Chairman Prof Umar Danbatta said that 5G network would bring substantial network improvements higher connection speed mobility and capacity as well as low latency capabilities to communications services in Nigeria Danbatta represented by Mr Efosa Idehen Director Consumer Affairs Bureau NCC said that one of the licensees had launched the commercial 5G network on Sept 18 in Lagos The deployment will start from the state capitals and gradually extend to other areas across the state It is important to state that the 5G network will bring substantial network improvements including higher connection speed mobility and capacity as well as low latency capabilities to communications services in Nigeria I am happy to inform you that one of the licensees has kicked off commercial launch in Lagos Already spectrum licences for the companies that will rollout service had been issued he said Danbatta said that NCC would provide a level playing ground for operators to thrive promote investment and delivery of innovative services to individual consumers SMEs and big business owners by ensuring enhanced consumer quality of experience Earlier the Director of Consumer Affairs Bureau NCC Efosa Idehen said that the commission carries out its functions to ensure service availability accessibility affordability and sustainability for all categories of consumers Edehen represented by Mr Clement Omeife Head Consumer Protection and Advocacy NCC said that the commission was working to resolve issues of incessant complaints on data depletion among others Currently the commission is working on resolving the issue of incessant complaints on Data Depletion as well as Fair Usage Policy on Unlimited Data Plan Others are compensation policies of Service Providers and the hidden Terms and Conditions that apply to services in the industry Omeife said Mrs Doris Usman a consumer commended the NCC for bringing such gesture to the consumers and explaining to their understanding I thank this commission for coming all the way to give us this awareness on telecom services and how we can use the opportunity to leverage on it she said NewsSourceCredit NAN
Trade Fair: NCC sensitises consumers, reassures of launch of 5G in Nigeria

Communications Commission

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has sensitised consumers on telecom services and reassured of the full commercial launch of Fifth Generation (5G) in Nigeria.
 

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The commission made this known at the ‘NCC Day’, held at the 17th Abuja International Trade Fair, Convention Centre, on Tuesday.
 

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News Agency of Nigeria

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the trade fair, which commenced on Friday has as its theme: “Creating an Export-Ready Market Through SME Digitalisation “.
 

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Executive Vice-Chairman

The Executive Vice-Chairman, Prof. Umar Danbatta, said that 5G network would bring substantial network improvements, higher connection speed, mobility, and capacity, as well as low-latency capabilities to communications services in Nigeria.
 

Efosa Idehen

Danbatta, represented by Mr Efosa Idehen, Director, Consumer Affairs Bureau, NCC, said that one of the licensees had launched the commercial 5G network on Sept. 18 in Lagos.
 

“The deployment will start from the state capitals and gradually extend to other areas across the state.
 

“It is important to state that the 5G network will bring substantial network improvements, including higher connection speed, mobility, and capacity, as well as low-latency capabilities to communications services in Nigeria.
 

“I am happy to inform you that one of the licensees has kicked off commercial launch in Lagos.
 

“Already, spectrum licences for the companies that will rollout service had been issued,” he said.
 

Danbatta said that NCC would provide a level-playing ground for operators to thrive, promote investment and delivery of innovative services to individual consumers, SMEs and big business owners by ensuring enhanced consumer quality of experience.
 

Director of Consumer Affairs Bureau

Earlier, the Director of Consumer Affairs Bureau, NCC, Efosa Idehen, said that the commission carries out its functions to ensure service availability, accessibility, affordability and sustainability for all categories of consumers.
 

Clement Omeife

Edehen, represented by Mr Clement Omeife, Head, Consumer Protection and Advocacy, NCC, said that the commission was working to resolve issues of incessant complaints on data depletion, among others.
 

Data Depletion

“Currently, the commission is working on resolving the issue of incessant complaints on Data Depletion, as well as Fair Usage Policy on Unlimited Data Plan.
 

Service Providers

“Others are compensation policies of Service Providers and the hidden Terms and Conditions that apply to services in the industry,” Omeife said.
 

Doris Usman

Mrs Doris Usman, a consumer, commended the NCC for bringing such gesture to the consumers and explaining to their understanding.
 

“I thank this commission for coming all the way to give us this awareness on telecom services and how we can use the opportunity to leverage on it,” she said.
 

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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