NCC boss, Maida calls for shared infrastructure among telecom operators

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The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, has urged telecommunications companies in the country to adopt a communal approach to infrastructure, noting that this approach would diminish operational expenditures.
NCC made the call in the wake of declarations by the Association of Licensed Telecom Operators of Nigeria, ALTON, and the Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria, ATCON, advocating for a cost-reflective pricing structure after a span of eleven years.
The Executive Vice-Chairman of the NCC, Aminu Maida, represented by Victor Adoga, the Head of Next Generation Technology and Standards at the NCC, said this during the second instalment of the West African Telecoms Infrastructure Summit and Exhibition, held in Lagos.
He pointed out that collaborative efforts within the telecommunications sphere could result in reduced costs and augmented service quality.

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