Friday, April 5, 2019

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    Telcos warn of service disruption in 11 states, blame Kogi govt

Telcos warn of service disruption in 11 states, blame Kogi govt

Ten states and parts of federal capital territory (FCT) may soon experience telecommunications services blackout following tax disputes between the Kogi government and mobile network operators.Gbenga Adebayo, chairman, Association of Licensed Telecommunication Operators (ALTON), made this known during a press briefing in Lagos on Monday.He said the Kogi state government shut down 150 base transceiver stations belonging to mobile telecoms [...]

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    We are burdened by taxes, telcos lament

We are burdened by taxes, telcos lament

The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators in Nigeria (ALTON) says its members are burdened by taxes.The association said multiple taxes have been impacting negatively on their operations adding that the 2015 Amended Taxes and Levies Order has led to the imposition of arbitrary levies and charges on telecom firms by state governments.Addressing journalists on Tuesday, Gbenga Adebayo, ALTON chairman, said [...]

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    Telcos get one week ultimatum to end call masking

Telcos get one week ultimatum to end call masking

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has advised telecommunications companies in the country to desist from getting involved with call masking and call refilling on their networks.According to ThisDay, the telecoms industry regulator gave the companies a week ultimatum, which lapses on Friday, July 28, to ensure that no call masking and refilling activity take place on their networks.Call masking is [...]

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