See how NCC manages through COVID-19
NCC has shared how they're faring and managing the telecommunications industry during this era of COVID-19.
This was explained by Umar Danbatta, the executive vice chairman and chief executive officer of the Commission.
Mr Danbatta mentioned critical regulatory actions that have been taken by the commission to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on quality of service (QoS) delivery by the networks to telecom consumers.
In a speech at the virtual Telecom Consumer Parliament (TCP) hosted with the theme: ‘Impact of COVID-19 on Telecoms Service Delivery’, he said that the agency has collaborated with the supervising ministry to develop e-platforms to handle all requests from the licensees.
This is to ensure that regulatory services are provided to sustain service delivery to subscribers.
According to the statement, the commission approved and encouraged resource sharing among network operators and secured right of passage for all telecommunications companies and suppliers for easy movement during the lockdown.
These measures enabled the operators to service their base stations and ensure seamless services for telecom consumers who increasingly relied on the networks during the pandemic.NaijaBlog.ng
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