ON­LINE RE­AC­TIONS MTN fined N1.4tr over un­reg­is­tered users

Daily Trust - - ONLINE REACTIONS -

It is grad­u­ally be­com­ing very no­tice­able that we now have a govern­ment. MTN has taken Nige­ria for granted and for a ride all these years. They have not a scin­tilla of re­spect for Nige­ria. I have heard proper sto­ries to know so. Saydo Shan say­doshan@ya­hoo.com

MTN has dis­con­nected many of its sub­scribers, I am an eye wit­ness. Many peo­ple have re­ally suf­fered for the dis­con­nec­tion for fol­low­ing long queues for rereg­is­tra­tion. I could re­mem­ber that time, peo­ple used to ar­rive to reg­is­tra­tion places at 5am and wouldn’t get it un­til 5pm. So, the masses and even the MTN work­ers them­selves have re­ally suf­fered and the NCC is still in­sist­ing on dis­con­nec­tion. If these huge num­bers of sub­scribers should be dis­con­nected, then com­mu­ni­ca­tion in Nige­ria will be neg­a­tively “touched”. Nura M. B. Garindau mbel­log­a­rindau@ya­hoo. com

MTN has taken ad­van­tage of Nige­ria(ns) for too long. It is time for resti­tu­tion. Con­sider the dis­dain for con­sti­tuted au­thor­ity and ex­ploita­tion of sub­scribers. Gbo­la­han Sowande gbo­la­han­sowande24@ gmail.com

Could this fig­ures be the amount im­posed as fine? How much is the MTN net worth? Is­sei Ni­nascon@gmail.com

It is right that MTN has been fined for vi­o­lat­ing NCC’s di­rec­tives. Let them pay the fines. The idea of giv­ing sub­scriber N2000 recharge is not good. MTN for so long have been short­chang­ing Nige­rian sub­scribers. Si­mon Jeggi jeggi247@gmail.com

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