Nigerian regulator warns Airtel, MTN on poor service quality

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Nigerian telecom regulator NCC has threatened to fine an Indian firm's subsidiary, Airtel Nigeria, and two other companies if they fail to improve the quality of their mobile services and prevent them from registering new subscribers. Airtel Nigeria, a subsidiary of Bharti Airtel, South Africa's MTN and locally owned Globacom would pay a fine of $6,216 per subscriber if the sanctions take effect, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said here in a bid to improve quality of telephone service in the oil rich country.

Read more at: Nigerian regulator warns Airtel, MTN on poor service quality - NDTV Profit
 

stoner

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Which means our money will now flow to nigeria via airtel and not by any other phishing scheme :stupid:
 

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Nigerian telecom regulator NCC has threatened to fine an Indian firm's subsidiary, Airtel Nigeria, and two other companies if they fail to improve the quality of their mobile services and prevent them from registering new subscribers. Airtel Nigeria, a subsidiary of Bharti Airtel, South Africa's MTN and locally owned Globacom would pay a fine of $6,216 per subscriber if the sanctions take effect, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said here in a bid to improve quality of telephone service in the oil rich country.

Read more at: Nigerian regulator warns Airtel, MTN on poor service quality - NDTV Profit

Maybe India needs regulators with some balls too.
 


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Maybe India needs regulators with some balls too.

Amen to that.....A country which is ruled by ball less politicians will have a ball less regulating authority for sure.
 

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