Telecommunications Law Newsletter, Issue 6

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In our latest newsletter edition, we present an article titled “How To Prepare A Project Feasibility Report For The Procurement Of A Telecommunications Licence In Nigeria.

This informative piece explores a crucial aspect of obtaining an individual telecommunications license from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). It highlights key components that should be included in a PFR to assist companies in smoothly preparing this essential supporting document for their telecom license acquisition.

We believe that this valuable information would be beneficial to any company seeking to obtain a telecommunications license from the NCC.

To access the article, kindly click here.

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