Nigerian Communications Commission is an independent body that regulates the telecommunications industry in Nigeria. It regulates the supply of telecommunications services and facilities, promotes and enhances competition between service providers, and sets performance standards for telephone and telecommunications services in Nigeria.
History of Nigerian Communications Commission
The Commission was created in November 1992 under Decree number 75 under the Miltary government of then Head of State Gen. Ibrahim Babangida. It continued to oversee affairs until 2003 when the enabling bill was updated and replaced with the Nigerian Communications Act.
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Best Time to Visit Nigerian Communications Commission
It is ideal to visit NCC on weekdays during corporate working hours.
Most Common Visitors
NCC is always visited by different stakeholders from all the major telecommunication giants in the country.
Weather at Nigerian Communications Commission
Nigerian Communications Commission Complex is located in Abuja North-Central of Nigeria.Thus, it experiences three weather conditions every year. This includes a warm, humid rainy season and a blistering dry season. In between the two, there is a brief interlude of harmattan occasioned by the northeast trade wind, with the main feature of dust haze and dryness. Temperatures can drop to as low as 16 degrees during the harmattan period.
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