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Nigeria sets new voice, SMS termination rates

Updated:2009/12/31 09:12

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has set new interconnection rates for 2010-2012 which are intended to impact positively on retail tariffs. The interconnection rate for mobile voice termination provided by new entrants (operating for less than four years) irrespective of originating network, will be NGN 10.12 from 31 December 2009, NGN 9.48 from 31 December 2010, NGN 8.84 from 31 December 2011 and NGN 8.20 from 31 December 2012. Operators not defined as new entrants will apply a mobile voice termination rate of NGN 8.20 from 31 December 2009. Fixed voice termination rates have been set at NGN 10.12 from 31 December 2009, NGN 9.48 from 31 December 2010, NGN 8.84 from 31 December 2011 and NGN 8.20 from 31 December 2012. New entrants's SMS termination rate will start at NGN 1.94 from 31 December 2009, and reduce gradually to NGN 1.02 from 31 December 2012. Other mobile operators will charge NGN 1.02 from the start of 2010. All termination rates will be symmetric after 31 December 2012.

 source:telecompaper

 Source: source:telecompaper
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