NCC Mulls 14 Days Window for Unused Data Roll Over

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In giving concrete expression to the spirit of its declaration of 2017 as YEAR OF NIGERIAN TELECOM CONSUMER, the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, will soon issue a direction to Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) to allow 14 days window for telecom service consumers to roll over their unused data even when they do not renew at the expiration of the data plan.

The Executive Vice Chairman/CEO of the Commission, Prof. Umar Danbatta, stated this yesterday in Port Harcourt at the programme commemorating The NCC Day at the ongoing Port Harcourt International Trade Fair, where he was represented by Bashir Idris, NCC’s Head of Projects.

Suffice it to say that, once the direction is issued, there will be a ceasation of the ongoing practice in which subscribers to certain data regimes lose their unused data whenever they failed to renew the data plan subscribed to at the expiration of the subscription period.

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