Saturday, April 23, 2016

NCC Plans To Implement The 2.6GHz Spectrum To Boost Internet Download Speed

   
   
This news is unfolding at this time when 4G LTE is getting popular all over the country.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has made it clear, the importance of the project of 2.6GHz spectrum frequency, which will tremendously improve the availability of spectrum for fast reachability of broadband services to all the parts of the country.

NCC said the "spectrum would also create opportunity for the deployment of advanced wireless 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology services, as well as standardisation and harmonisation of telecoms operations".

Director, Spectrum Administration at NCC, Mr. Austin Nwaulune, who broke this gist to journalists in Lagos recently, said "the invaluable importance of the 2.6 GHz spectrum to broadband development and penetration, compelled NCC to release an Information Memorandum (IM) on the auction of the spectrum, which is fixed for May 16 this year in Abuja".

Stating the pre-qualification process to participate for the bid process, Nwaulune said applicants would not have to be licensed network operators in Nigeria, provided such applicant must be registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

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5 comments:

  1. This is over a year since they talked about it and my question is, have they been able to implement it?

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  2. This is over a year since they talked about it and my question is, have they been able to implement it?

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    1. Still waiting patiently for the feedback

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