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20 Jul 2016
Nigeria’s telecommunications sector has witnessed tremendous growth over the last 15 years. It has been adjudged as the largest market in Africa…thanks to the last Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rebasing in the country.
20 Jul 2016
Last year’s edition of TechPlus, the brainchild of Connect Marketing Limited attracted approximately 6,500 participants, an impressive feat for a maiden outing.
20 Jul 2016
A media stakeholder group has called on the Federal Government, through the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) to adopt October as the Nigerian National Cybersecurity Awareness month as being done globally.
20 Jul 2016
Huawei, yesterday, informed that it had joined the Smart Africa Alliance as Information and Communications Technologies advisor and Platinum member at the Smart Africa Board Meeting.
20 Jul 2016
OLX has introduced a new feature on the platform called Do it for Me (D.I.F.M), to address the needs of users who have no time to post and meet with potential buyers.
20 Jul 2016
Kirusa, an Information Technology company that provides telecoms and social media solutions, has introduced ‘myGenie’, a free airtime app for prepaid Android users in Nigeria.
20 Jul 2016
New prepaid customers on the Glo network will now have eight times value on every recharge in a special welcome plan by Nigeria’s grandmasters of data, Globacom.
6 Jul 2016
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) will be co-managing the Africa Investment Forum (AIF) with the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) as part of major conference highlights ...
6 Jul 2016
Airtel Nigeria, has announced its ‘Do not Disturb’ short code, 2442, designed to empower customers in respect to the management of all promotional messages sent to their lines.
29 Jun 2016
Activities that have to do with an operator losing and gaining subscribers in the telecommunications sector appeared to be on the upward swing.
29 Jun 2016
The Plateau State Government has solicited the support of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) in the deployment of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the institutions of higher learning in the state.
22 Jun 2016
Four telecommunications firms are currently keeping Fixed wired telephone lines active in Nigeria. These companies are MTN, Globacom, IpNX and 21st Century.

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