[Tech] : NCC Releases Short Codes To Stop Unsolicited SMS

THE Nigerian Communication Commission, NCC, has discharged another short code, 2442, for stopping spontaneous/unsolicited SMS, as the commission repeated that it stays focused on benefiting telecom consumers with important data to their right side to quality service.

This resolve was made known by the executive vice chairman of the Commission, Prof. Umar Danbata, spoken to by representative executive consumer issues, Alhaji Ismail Adedligba, at the 84th version of NCC’s effort program themed: Information and Education as a Catalyst for Consumer Protection, in Abuja.

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“This discussion is gone for making an environment of cooperation between the controller, buyer and telecom administrators to think on issues with respect to telecom administrations, in our offered to guarantee purchasers appreciate uncompromised benefit. In NCC the customer is the best; in this way, the purchaser must be concurred the privilege to be listened, and also the privilege to security. Our point is to make mindfulness on quality administration by utilizing the code 2442 and 622 in situations where protests made to telecom suppliers are not went to” Adeligba said.

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Likewise talking at the occasion was Mr. Ayoola Oke of Consumer Advocacy Group, said; “consumers are the benefactors of the business and telecom benefits throughout the years has recorded colossal achievement and prominence, consequently bringing to mind the way that the buyer is an essential character in the business.”

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Reacting, telecom administrators guaranteed purchasers that all hands will be on deck to guarantee that the best services are rendered.

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