FG needs concrete plans to leverage international ICT partnerships, says ATCON
The success of local content drive in the telecom and information and communication technology (ICT) in Nigeria would accelerate the progress of the sector, according to Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON).
Nigeria needs concrete plans to leverage international ICT partnerships, says ATCON
The success of local content drive in the telecom and information and communication technology (ICT) in Nigeria would accelerate the progress of the sector, says the Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON).
Reforms, new policies required to drive telecoms sector, says experts
The liberalisation of the Nigerian telecommunications sector almost two decades ago, catalysed and opened up the sector to local and foreign direct investment (FDI) estimated at over $68 billion as at November 2016.
Etisalat Nigeria gets deadline to stop use of brand name
The Chief Executive of Etisalat International, Hatem Dowidar, told Reuters yesterday that Abu Dhabi’s Etisalat had terminated its management agreement with its Nigerian arm and given the business time to phase out the brand in Nigeria.
How Nigeria’s slow Internet speed affects economic growth
President, Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), Olusola Teniola, believed that with increases in Internet speed there is a corresponding increase in efficiency and productivity in the workplace where ICT is embedded.
IPv6: Firms seek concessions on equipment type approval
To speed up migration of networks to the Internet Protocol Version six (IPv6), Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) should be considerate on equipment type approval charges, said information and communication technology (ICT) experts in Lagos.
Banks take over Etisalat over $1.2 billion debt
Lending bankers yesterday took over telecommunications company Etisalat and subsequently announced changes in the shareholding structure of the company.
Telecoms’ tariffs may crash as 60 firms seek broadband licences
The move to enthrone a broadband-driven economy in the country has got a boost with the revelation at the weekend that about 60 firms are currently bidding for five Infrastructure Companies (InFraCo) licences in the telecommunications sector.
ATCON backs call for telecoms industry infrastructure bank
Muyiwa said that if approved, the Infrastructural development bank should be able to cater for the loan facilities for the industry’s which are not realizable under the present commercial banks’ interest rates.
NCC develops internet industry code of practice document
This was contained in the EVC’s address at opening ceremony of a three-day 2017 International Workshop on IPv6 organised by the Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) in collaboration with AFRINIC...