5G: Nigeria Set To Auction Five Spectrum Slots

5G: Nigeria Set To Auction Five Spectrum Slots

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is about to auction five slots of spectrum for the deployment of the Fifth Generation of Telecommunication Technology which is commonly referred to as 5G. Jamb Results

The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the NCC, Professor Umar Dambatta disclosed this during a public hearing on the theme, “Regulations on Telephone Subscriber Registration, Sim Replacement and Spectrum Allocation, 2021.” Information Guide Nigeria

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In Umar Danbatta’s statement, “on our readiness for 5G deployment, right now we are 97 percent.”

VOICE OF NIGERIA reports that on the general overview on SIM registration and activation, the Director Legal Services, Josephine Amuwa who was represented by the Director Telecoms Laws and Regulatory Unit, Mrs. Helen Obi, said that any network provider that allows a pre-registered SIM or SIM without full bio-data should be made to pay a penalty of N200,000 per SIM.

She stated, ”Subscribers are only allowed to register four sim cards per network provider. For the reactivation of a deactivated line, a person will have to go through the process of new activation of a SIM card “.

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