Ms Odusote said they were going to use the National Identity Numbers (NIN) and Subscribers Identity Modules (SIM) databases to track them down.
“At the expiration of 10 days from the date of this notice, subscribers of Globacom will no longer be able to make calls to MTN but will be able to receive calls.”
NCC says SMEs and startups are catalysts for promoting wealth creation, employment generation and economic prosperity.
This was contained in a statement signed by Ajuri Ngelale, special adviser to the President on media and publicity.
The extension was to give ample time for more prospective and viable startups to tidy up their solutions in the required format for submission.
“I am not sure there is going to be a specific bill on social media regulation. However, there are emailing laws in various areas; social media is just one space.”
“Our nation rates eleventh globally in terms of internet penetration and seventh in terms of mobile phone usage,” the NCC boss said.
The draft also covers commercial satellite guidelines, guidelines on corporate governance and quality of service regulations.
Mr Danbatta said data is critical to the digital economy, and all must prioritise building robust legal frameworks for data governance.
“There have been so many complaints about the loss of money. So, we need to educate our consumers all the time because we are now in the sustainability of the telecoms industry.”