Mergers, acquisition loom in ISPs space
There is strong indication that surviving Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are considering consolidation by way of mergers and acquisition as a fallout of the growing harsh operating environment in the country, Nigeria Communicationsweek has learnt.
UK hits 95% broadband penetration as Nigeria struggles at 21%
The United Kingdom Government has disclosed that 95 per cent of premises within the country now have access to superfast broadband.
Moving communication technology sector forward in 2018
The Nigerian telecommunications industry, having weathered one of its most turbulent years, is looking at a more stable 12 months where tariff wars will ease out.
ATCON Makes Case for 30% Broadband Penetration in 2018
Mr. Olusola Teniola, president, Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), has urged the federal government to rally relevant agencies...
Airtel gets industry recognition
Telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, at the weekend clinched three accolades at the Nigeria Technology Innovation & Telecom Awards (NTITA) 2017 organised by the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) in Lagos.
Mixed reactions trail Buhari’s N8.61 trillion budget for 2018
The National Association of Polytechnics Students (NAPS) rejected the seven per cent allocated to education, saying it is irrelevant compared to the 26 per cent national minimum budget recommended by the United Nations.
Submarine cable system underused after $1b investment
After several investments worth over $1 billion (N306 billion), the nation’s submarine cable system is still hampered by gross underutilisation.
ATCON, InstinctWave to reward sector’s innovation, contributions
Association of Telecom Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) and InstinctWave has launched this year’s edition of Telecoms Executives and Regulator Forum (TERF) and the maiden edition of Nigeria Tech Innovation and Telecom Awards (NTITA).