Despite the grim challenges arising from the N330 billion fine imposed on it by telecommunication regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) last year...
Telecoms’ challenges persist
The advent of telecommunications and its growing access will continue to drive development process across all sectors of the economy. Indeed, the impact cuts across manufacturing...
Ministry to launch e-governance for broadband provision
To facilitate the primary goal of broadband in the country, the Ministry of Communication is set launch an e-governance strategy in two months, according to the Minister of Communication...
NATCOM warns NCC against upward review of interconnection rates
The National Association of Telecommunications Subscribers (NATCOMS) has appealed to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) not to review the interconnection rates for voice services upward.
Telecoms company boosts healthcare with donation to Gbagada general hospital
Nigera's most innovative and customer friendly telecommunications company, Etisalat Nigeria, has again affirmed its commitment to the development of the Nigerian health sector with the donation of computers to General Hospital, Gbagada in Lagos.
Google adds voice-activated shopping, taking on Amazon
Google announced Thursday it was launching voice-activated shopping from its artificial intelligence-powered Home speaker, in a direct challenge to Amazon's Alexa devices.
NCC moves to review interconnection rates for voice services
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has commenced the process of reviewing the subsisting interconnection rates for voice services to bring it in tandem with current market realities.
Services licencees want NCC to release long codes access for operations
Some major Value Added Service (VAS) providers in the country have appealed to the leadership of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to fast-track the allocation of long codes for operators.
N330b fine bodes negative financial report for MTN in 2016
Due to the challenges it currently faces in South Africa and Nigeria, especially with the N330 billion fine from the Federal Government, the MTN Group expects to a negative financial report for the outgone year.