Illegal Deduction of Airtime From Subscribers Will Soon be Refunded

This is not the first time Telecom providers will be deducting your airtime illegally, subscribe you to packages you don’t know about, deduct N50 every week… but that may soon come to an end.

Or maybe you recharge today and before you wake up the next morning, your airtime is gone without any traces, that may also soon come to an end.

Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof Umar Danbatta, has hinted that the commission may soon order telecommunication operators to refund illegal deductions from subscribers.

Danbatta explained that Internet subscription grew from 107,547,723 in October 2018, to 108,897,679 in November 2018, while Active Voice Subscriber base grew from 165,239,443 in October 2018 to 169,104,830 in November 2018.

We don’t know when it will be put in place but NCC said soon. The question is how soon is soon?

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26 thoughts on “Illegal Deduction of Airtime From Subscribers Will Soon be Refunded”

  1. Good day Mr yomi am not here to teach u your job but I want every body to take advantage of what am using there is an app name cruise TV it works free with only mtn without any data it stream free no limit I saw it somewhere and I tested it and it works so I want others to also enjoy it please don’t be annoy.

  2. Pls ooooo, Oga prof sorry for the diversion, someone ordered a phone through aliexpress and paid for the phone online and he monitored it to Ijebu ode post office but when he called someone at the post office, he was told that he will need to pay a sum of 10000 as import duty to clear the item. Is that how it works, can any item gets to the country without being cleared?

  3. though i have notice that but it good they do that soon as possible if they can even do the same for data ,who knows why data run down so fast even when i am not doing anything.

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