Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun (FUPRE) has embarked on an industrial project in collaboration with Total Automation Concepts Ltd, an indigenous software company to ensure that students are prepared...
NCC begins enforcement of #5m fine over SMS
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has said that it has commenced the enforcement of the Do Not Disturb (DND), code which compels mobile network operators to stop sending unsolicited messages to their subscribers.
WTL says VoLTE will improve voice traffic growth
Despite the increasing takeover of calling and Short Message Service by over-the-top players, or apps, such as WhatsApp and Skype eating deep into voice revenue of telecommunications companies in Nigeria...
SWIFT adopts Blockchain as global payment initiative
SWIFT is introducing a proof of concept (POC) to explore whether distributed ledger technology (DLT), also known as blockchain, can be used by banks to improve the reconciliation of their nostro databases in real time...
NIMC registers over 14m Nigerians in database
National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) said it has registered over 14 million Nigerians in the national identity database.
Ingenico, Interswitch to deliver multichannel payment solutions
Ingenico Group, global leader in seamless payment, announced that a strategic partnership has been signed with Interswitch Nigeria Limited, the leading transaction switching and electronic payment processing company in Nigeria.
SON arrests two over fake phones
Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), working with the law enforcement agencies recently arrested two Chinese nationals over increasing complaints about fake and substandard phones imported into Nigeria.
NCS calls for rechristening of ministry of communications
Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) has said that present parent ministry- Federal Ministry of Communications which houses three key agencies should be renamed Federal Ministry of Communication Technology to capture the entire ICT sector.
CBN rolls out new e-payment pricing policy
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has deregulated the Merchant Service Charge (MSC) and is expected to implement a new pricing regime on electronic transactions by the second quarter of the year.