Lagos - The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has in the past seven years collected over N6.6billion as fine from mobile network operators.
The amount was collected from them for not meeting stipulated quality of service benchmarks called key performance indicators, reports New Telegraph.
Aside poor services, the four top telecoms firms have also had to pay fines for contravention of directives on promotional activities as well as pre-registration of subscriber identity module cards.
Among the four operators, MTN has so far pay the highest penalty.
Read more at New Telegraph.
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