Lagos - Nigeria’s biggest telecommucations company by subscribers, MTN has warned that its subscribers may have to pay more if the federal government makes its license conditions more stringent, reports New Telegraph
Andrew Bing, Chief Financial Officer of MTN’s Nigerian, said MTN; subscribers across the federation must be prepared to pay more in the not too distant future if the government continues to impose tougher rules and tougher regulations on telecoms operators.
He noted that these regulations add to the cost of running business and ultimately the subscribers are the people who will have to pay more for enjoying the services.
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