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4 days ago
Come 2023, the twin challenges of economic difficulties and existing market pressures are expected to compound telecoms operatorational costs as the Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) is expected to come under serious pressure.
4 days ago
The fifth edition of the MTN mPulse Spelling Bee Competition has come to an end with Kate Ene David emerging as the winner. David, a student from Intimacy with Christ International School, Mararaba, Nasarawa State..
23 Nov
Toluwanimi Banji-Idowu is a cybersecurity engineer, SDG 4 and 9 supporter and Associate Systems Engineer with Trend Micro, a tech company. In this interview with ADEYEMI ADEPETUN, he spoke on what is fuelling
16 Nov
While it has hailed the commitment of telecommunications operators in European countries for maximizing the use of renewable energy in their networks, the Global System for Mobile telecommunications Association (GSMA) is worried that such has not been replicated in Africa.
9 Nov
The Nigerian logistics business has grown slowly due to persistent infrastructure difficulties that have been aggravated in recent years. Despite this, the industry’s value is estimated to be around $60 billion, with e-commerce being a key driver.
2 Nov
The Group Chief Executive Officer, MTN, Ralph Mupita, has asserted that the quality of service offered by some network operators in Nigeria, South Africa, and other African countries is far better than offerings...
2 Nov
Prizes, including houses and cars worth several millions of Naira are up for grabs by customers as foremost digital services company, Globacom, launches an exciting end-of-the-year promo, tagged Festival of Joy.
26 Oct
Telecoms service provider, 9mobile, recently held another virtual capacity-building session for journalists, aimed at strengthening and equipping them with relevant skills to improve their work process
Karl Toriola
22 Oct
Karl Toriola is the CEO of MTN Nigeria.
20 Oct
Expansion of telecommunications services, especially to rural communities, has slowed down drastically in the country, owing to various challenges plaguing the over $70 billion industry.
19 Oct
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has stressed the need for improved connectivity in Nigeria’s rural communities, stressing that it is already collaborating with the Ministry
12 Oct
Telecommunications operators have, again, called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to prioritise their access to foreign exchange (FX), especially as the illiquidity crisis worsens.
12 Oct
The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, has said telecoms infrastructure is very critical to successful conduct of the 2023 general elections. He, therefore, urged every Nigerian in every community to join hands in protecting it for the benefit of the country.

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