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Nigeria’s NigComSat Mired In Accusations Of Excessive Pricing Policy

Nigerian media has reported that foreign telecommunication companies are refusing to use the services of NIGCOMSAT-1R because it is far more expensive than current market prices elsewhere, leading to claims that Nigeria’s indigenous satellite communications sector is uncompetitive. According to a report in the New Telegraph, telecommunications service providers have indicated that the cost of
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