The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has imposed sanctions on sellers of fake and fake devices to protect customers from losses and other damages.
The commission warned Nigerians against using and patronizing such devices when it arrested managers of three companies in Kano state. According to the agency, these devices are mainly responsible for poor service experiences. The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) was placed in charge of the perpetrators so that further investigations and necessary actions could be taken.
Here is a list of some of the branded phones received from the arrested sellers: Gionee phones with model numbers G800 and L990; H mobile phones with model numbers it5606, H351; FoxKong with model numbers F30, F300; and KGTEL phones with model numbers K2160 and KG1100. The commission announced its commitment to carry out post-enforcement checks to ensure that the sale of counterfeit devices is stopped. The NCC works with marketing organizations to ensure sellers are properly licensed and to help catch key suppliers and distributors of counterfeit equipment.

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