The Nigerian Communications Commission has said on Wednesday that educating the telecom consumers on their rights would be given top priority by the commission.
The Executive Vice Chairman of NCC Professor, Umar Danbatta, , represented by the Head Public Relations, Reuben Mouka made this assertion at the NCC Special Day at the ongoing Abuja International Trade Fair in Abuja.
He said the commission through the availability of information and education would help consumers to make informed choices in the use of ICT services as well as to protect telecom services consumers’ rights and privileges.
He said the main thrust of NCC participation at the fair was to promote a major campaign, dedicated to the welfare of the consumer, which the commission launched on March 15, 2017.
Speaking on the issue of data rollover, Danbatta said that the commission has directed all the service providers to give 14 days’ window to the subscribers to enable them roll over their unused data, even if they do not renew on the expiration data.