Adebayo Shittu, Nigeria’s head of Delegation to the just concluded World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS FORUM 2017) in Geneva, Switzerland and minister of Communications, has struck a business deal to facilitate over $4 billion telecommunication....
NCC to license additional 5 InfraCos next month
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said it would license the remaining five Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos) awaiting permit by July. Prof. Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman, NCC, made this known at the Tell Communications Ltd. Awards, 2016, held in Lagos.
Etisalat may change brand as NCC writes Access Bank over debt
Etisalat Nigeria may change its brand if it secures new investors over the $1.2 billion debt impasse.According to information gathered by The Guardian, Etisalat Nigeria is billed to undergo a transition period while it works with the banks to secure new investors.
Vodacom Business Nigeria wants Internet in classrooms
Vodacom Business Nigeria is projecting that classrooms in Nigeria would one day be run with Internet facilities, and will become a learning place.
Nigeria ranks low in global Internet speed index
Although there have been an upsurge in Internet activities in Nigeria, however, the speed is still ranked low compared to global standard.
Etisalat remains resilient despite challenges
That Nigeria is a challenging environment despite its large and ever growing population, which serves as a big market opportunity for prospective investors is no more a news, but surviving in spite of these remains the real issue.
NCC tasks telecoms service providers on accurate information to consumers
Telecommunication service providers in the country have been charged to ensure that accurate information and education is given out to consumers not to create confusion in their minds in making right choices.
Why Nigeria’s digital switchover is slow - NBC
Today, countries, especially those in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) region are expected to switch from analogue to digital broadcasting, as mandated by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), but Nigeria like others missed the deadline.
Glo lines up superstars to entertain Lagosians
Globacom has promised its subscribers in Lagos a superlative entertainment show at its Mega Music Nationwide Tour scheduled for today. The event will hold at Eko Hotels and Suites by 4.00 p.m.