The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) had earlier given all operators till Sunday, June 30th, 2013 for the completion of the SIM Card Registration Exercise.
Speaking at a nationwide consumer Forum to appreciate its high-value customers in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, the Company’s Chief Operating Officer & Executive Director, Deepak Srivastava also assured telecoms consumers of a better service and network experience.
He also revealed that Airtel has plans to beef up its infrastructure and strengthen its network capacity, as it expands deeper into far-flung areas, especially the rural areas.
Srivastava said, “The Nigerian telecoms landscape is wearing a new look today because of the innovative and transformational product and service initiatives we introduced into the market. Our commitment to you is very clear: to stay competitive in a fast-changing telecommunications world and to keep you ahead in terms of service delivery that makes good business, social and economic sense. In doing this, we must bring to bear our skills in adapting to change and our ability to innovate.”
Johnson Oyewo, Airtel’s Manager, Market Activations, who spoke on the just introduced mobile number portability (MNP), assured of the company’s readiness to absorb up to 100% of the company’s current customer base.http://www.itnewsafrica.com