Lagos - Telecoms operators in Nigeria may no longer charge same price for providing services to subscribers in various parts of the country.
States in the North East geo-political zone, and those with multiple tax regimes, multiple regulations, as well as all unwholesome practices will have higher tariffs than states where their taxes are lower, reports National Mirror.
Gbenga Adebayo, chairman, Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON), said the operating environment was not conducive for service providers to have a unified pricing system throughout the country.
He said states like Lagos, Kwara, Ekiti and Akwa Ibom will pay less because of their friendly telecoms policy.
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