STAKEHOLDERS if the local telecommunications sector have advised the
They believe this would create room for more players and improved deployment phase.
The stakeholders gave the advise in
Speaking at the event,
He said that this had been the primary focus of the
According to him, national frequency allocation has caused more harms than good, creating hiccups for organizations during deployment and recouping of investments hard to attain.
He opined that such practice can become viable if the bidders and eventual winners are meant to sign agreement to cover the 36 States and the FCT, and no redundancy in spectrum utilization in any of the States.
He urged NCC not to depart from the objectives of these programmes centered on deepening competition and improve broadband penetration in the Country.
He urged NCC to review the process and ensure business viability.
According to him, most organizations might become skeptical about the bidding should NCC fail to declare its intentions on time, citing the sale of 2.6GHz few months after the 2.3GHz as unpalatable for ventures.
Ajayi said he believed in spectrum trading, where a company with either a National or a Regional Licence could have the leverage of selling the same to another company without been queried by the NCC.
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