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NCC to Investigate Data Depletion and Wrong Deduction in Nigeria

Data Depletion and Wrong Deduction: Sometimes, it seems that network providers in Nigeria have ways of assisting you to consume your data. In other cases, it seems they have stroll and helping you suck it.

Whatever the case might be, Nigerians have cried out and NCC in a statement release by its Executive Vice Chairman said they are investigating the issue of Data Depletion and Wrong Deduction.

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It is very common to see Nigerians online complaining about not knowing how their data got exhausted. NCC has weighed in on the matter and said they’re carrying out a forensic audit instituted by the Commission to ensure maximum protection for consumers.

The Executive Vice Chairman of the NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta, stated this when he received Man of the Year 2020 Award from MoneyReport magazine recently in Abuja.

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He said through the ongoing forensic audit, the Commission plans “to get to the bottom of why consumers are experiencing data depletion and the possibility of compensating them for wrong deductions, which may arise from short message service (SMS).”

EVC of NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta

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To what might seem alien to most Nigerians, it seems the NCC actually have the interest of Nigerians at heart. While Nigerians wait to see improvements on their data usage, the EVC of the commission advised them to tab on things they do that what might be cause for depletion of their data.

Nigerians can now hope for their data to last longer and not feel someone from MTN, Glo, Airtel or 9Mobile is busy using their data while they are asleep. More info will be coming your way soon. Follow us for more updates.

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