LASIMRA to rid Lagos of fiber cables laid in gutters
Odekunle, who was represented by Adeyinka Adekunle, head of Commercial at LASIMRA, said that indiscriminately installation of fiber optic cables in gutters and on trees as RoW, contribute to flooding, among others in the state.
Telecoms operators connect 227 million, as active telephone lines slide further
Going by the latest subscribers’ statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the telecommunications operators have jointly connected 227 million telephone lines in the last 15 years.
Software firm dangles ‘winning recipe’ to techpreneurs
Steven Cohen, head of Sage One International for Africa, Australia, Middle East and Asia, said that “taking action” is one of the critical steps to stand out as a small business owner, even in harsh economic climate.
NCC discovers 41 Illegal internet service providers
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it has discovered 41 fake and unlicensed service providers operating in the country’s telecommunications landscape.
Okowa receives e-Government certification
Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa of Delta State make history recently as perhaps the first and only state governor in the federal republic of Nigeria to acquire the e—Government certification.
Expert seeks migration from MM to digital financial services
Emmanuel Okoegwale, Principal Associate, Mobilemoney Africa, has urged Central Bank of Nigeria and licensed mobile money operators in the country to move away from mobile money services delivery to digital financial services.
Digital Nigeria crucial for inclusive growth – Ogunsanya
Segun Ogunsanya, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Airtel Nigeria has urged Federal Government to prioritize digitization, as it will help drive inclusive growth.
Telecoms firms get final caution on unsolicited messages
Peeved by the apparent disdain for its earlier directive, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has again warned Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) operators, especially the quartet of MTN, Globacom, Airtel and Etisalat, to...
Recession cuts telecoms operators’ earnings by N31b in Q2
The harsh economic climate in the country is having its toll on the telecommunications sector. The earnings of telecommunications operators dipped significantly as over 60 million telephone lines became inactive at the end of the second quarter.