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Broadband Internet Real for 2015

Broadband Internet Real for 2015 The Nigerian Communications Commisison (NCC) has said it will take another three years, until 2015 when sufficient frequency spectrum is freed up from migration to

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Broadband Internet Real for 2015
The Nigerian Communications Commisison (NCC) has said it will take another three years, until 2015 when sufficient frequency spectrum is freed up from migration to digital broadcasting, before wireless Broadband deployment would become a reality.

Presenting a keynote address at a Broadband discussion forum in Lagos, yesterday, the Executive Vice-Chairman, NCC, Dr Eugene Juwah, said: "Nothing much can happen in the wireless arena until 2015 when broadcast frequencies are freed up."

He stated that not much can be achieved in providing Broadband Internet access to Nigerians via wireless infrastructure, because the radio frequency spectrum required for such is not available.

Juwah said the frequency resources were being used by broadcasting entities and Code Division Multiple Acess (CDMA) operators, adding that repeated demand that the CDMA operators migrate to the Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology, to free up required frequency spectrum for Broadband services had been unsuccessful. He said the band occupied by the operators was a major frequency band for wireless Broadband deployment.

He explained that wide scale extensive Broadband development would not take place until 2015, the deadline for migration from analogue to digital broadcasting services.

Consequently, Nigerians will continue to be challenged in all areas of Broadband access-coverage, speed and cost, according to industry stakeholders.

In her keynote address at the forum, Minister of Communications Technology, Mrs OmoBroadband Internet Real for 2015a Johnson, said despite having 45million Internet users in the country, only nine per cent (14.5million) are actual Internet subscribers, while Broadband penetration is at a mere six per cent.

She said: "Even though access to Broadband using smartphones is increasing thereby increasing the number of subscribers, what this statistics tell us is that most Nigerians still access the Internet through public venues, such as offices, cyber cafes and computer labs. This is as a result of not only the lack of ubiquity of the Broadband network, but also the cost of access."

"Today, we have one of the highest costs of access in the world at approximately N8 to N10 for 5Mbs of data. The average speed of access is still very low. In fact, recent statistics that I looked at, have us as one of the lowest speeds in Africa," she said.

She assured that the ministry would achieve a ‘one national network’ capable of delivering Broadband speeds of not less than 50 per cent of the average speeds available worldwide in the next five years.
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