Nigeria has championed the telecom industry to business and political audiences around the world as the next big thing paved with ease of doing business and other government cushions.
Stakeholders express worries over low internet penetration
Information Technology stakeholders at Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) 27th national conference have decried poor IT deployment and low internet penetration in the country.
Stakeholders seek digitalization of retail payment system
Stakeholders in the financial technology ecosystem have thrown their weight behind digitalization of retail payment system in the country as a boost to financial inclusion initiative of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
Global Accelerex trains Nigerian security agencies on cyber crime
Global Accelerex Limited, a Central Bank of Nigeria-licenced Payment Terminal Service Provider and Payment Solution Service Provider, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Program...
Go Rentals targets Nigeria in African operations expansion plan
Evan Berger, chief executive officer, Go Rentals has announced its 2018/19 expansion plans into Africa for its Technology Rental services.
1Market.ng to create 500,000 jobs in five years
To help in growing Nigerian economy and create jobs by closing the gap between Manufacturers of Made-In-Nigeria products and Global buyers, 1market.ng is shopping for one million manufacturers...
NBC urges broadcast stations to pay N4.2 billion debt
National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has warned broadcast stations that have not paid their broadcasting licences to pay up or risk closing down.
Nigeria connects 93.3 million unique telephone subscribers
Although there are about 240 million telephone connections in Nigeria, with no fewer than 160 million active lines, the country has 93.3 million unique mobile phone subscribers. Unique subscribers mean individual connections to a device, but Nigeria has a multi-Sims culture, which has fueled the exponential growth in telephone connections in the country in the…
Telecoms industry pays N450b taxes annually – ATCON chairman
The telecom industry annually contributes N450 billion in form of taxes to Nigeria’s economy, Mr Olusola Teniola, President, Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), has said. Teniola told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Friday that the industry had been paying the sum in the last five years to the three…