The Nigerian Communications Commission is set to begin the roll-out of fifth-generation (5G) services across the country.
Executive Vice Chairman of the NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta made the announcement on Friday at a public inquiry on the instruments necessary for the deployment of the technology.
The instruments are the annual operating levy regulations and the frequency spectrum regulations.
Speaking further, Professor Danbatta explained that the commission has submitted the proposal to the Ministry of Communication and Digital Economy and is awaiting approval from the Federal Government to roll out the services.
He added that the commission is also discussing the fees and pricing for the technology.
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