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MTN, which had a $5.2 billion fine imposed on it by the Nigerian Communications Commission last week for failing to deregister SIM cards in its largest market, said it received confirmation from the regulator that its operating spectrum in the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands had been renewed

NAN reports that active lines in Nigeria were 150,741,005 in the month of July, but increased by 277,619 in August.
According to the data, 148,708,160 of the 151,018,624 active numbers belonged to Global System for Mobile communications network services

Juwah said: “Nigeria is one of the nations with the fastest in telecommunications. Our growth in the sector is regarded as a revolution, given the speed with which we grew from 2001 from about 400,000 telephone lines to now 145.5 million, as at April 2015

Nweke also said the theme of this year promises to be both exciting and educative, explaining that Day One of the event would dwell on: “Net Neutrality and Nigerian Internet Users,” while Day Two which is the Nigeria IPV6 Roundtable hosted in commemoration of the World IPV6 Day 2015 comes, with the theme: Taking Advantage of Broadband for IPV6 Penetration