The Nigerian Communications Commissions has slammed four major network operators with a total of N74 million for violating various regulations.
The NCC, in its 2018 third quarter compliance, monitoring report stated that the network providers flouted regulations such as the routing of a minimum of 10 percent of interconnect traffic through interconnect exchange licensees and quality of service.
Others are approval for promotions and advertisements, and SIM registration in a controlled environment.
They were fined for SIM registration infractions and unapproved promos, advertisements and failure to provide information on collapsed towers.
The reports states that MTN was asked to pay N5million, Airtel N20million, Glo N30million, and 9mobile N5million.