Subscribers oppose 40% tariff hike; demand higher high quality providers from telcos

Following the plan by Nigerian telecoms operators to extend tariffs on their providers by 40

Following the plan by Nigerian telecoms operators to extend tariffs on their providers by 40 per cent, subscribers have insisted they have to “see worth for our cash” earlier than any hike.

The Affiliation of Phone, Cable TV and Web Subscribers of Nigeria (ATIC) by means of their chairman Sina Bilesanmi on Friday referred to as for session between telcos and their prospects for higher service supply.

”Subscribers must be consulted and carried alongside whereas discussing any transfer to extend tariff for calls, information and textual content messages,” Mr Bilesanmi complained. ”We aren’t having fun with high quality service.

“It’s unfair to repair costs with out contemplating customers,” he emphasised.

On March 31, the Affiliation of Licensed Telecommunication Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) threatened a 40 per cent enhance in tariffs for telephone calls, information and textual content messages, as a result of rising price of doing enterprise.

Mr Bilesanmi, nonetheless, stated that subscribers and repair suppliers must work collectively for higher understanding, including that any transfer to extend the tariffs can be unacceptable by subscribers.

He urged ALTON to think about providing  Nigerians free calls each Independence Day anniversary.

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