We Have invested over N1 trillion in Enhancing networks —Telecoms operators
The four major telecommunication operators in Nigeria, Glo, MTN, Etisalat and Airtel Have invested more than N1 trillion in building and Enhancing mobile networks in the country over the last ten years.
The operators made the disclosure in an advertorial jointly published in various newspapers from Wednesday, adding that a further N400 billion will be deployed this year by them to enhance infrastructure across their networks.
Following the recent fine slammed on the major telecoms operators by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) over perceived poor service quality, the affected operators jointly reassured consumers of improved service quality within the next twelve months, while calling for the understanding of all on the current harsh environment in which they operate.
The NCC, last week fined the four major telecoms operators various sums of money for “failure to meet Quality of Service standards.” While MTN and Etisalat were fined N360m each, Glo and Airtel were fined N180m and N270m respectively.
The affected telecoms operators appealed to the Nigerian consumers over the poor quality of service, and pledged to improve their services drastically by further investing heavily to support their network infrastructure. However, they noted that the operating environment has been a major hindrance to achieving the pre-determined benchmark set by the regulator.
The networks described the operating environment as frustrating and volatile, urging the NCC and the people to encourage rather than condemn them.
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