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13 Apr 2016
Oldest Tower Company in Nigeria, IHS has laid claims to an investment of over $3.5 billion in the country and about 25, 000 towers in Africa.
9 Apr 2016
The Nigerian Communications Communication (NCC) said on Saturday that inactive mobile telephone lines on its networks dropped to 62.61 million in February, 2016.
6 Apr 2016
Finnish telecom equipment giant Nokia said on Wednesday it was opening talks with staff representatives in some 30 countries about cutting jobs to save money following its merger with Alcatel-Lucent.
4 Apr 2016
MTN South Africa on Monday launched its new promotional package featuring World Panel’s SunStream, which allows users to stream electricity from the sun directly into their mobile devices.
3 Apr 2016
Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE will replace three top executives, the WSJ reported, in an apparent bid to see US restrictions on its business lifted after it was accused of violating sanctions against Iran.
30 Mar 2016
Though, the news came with mixed feelings, especially because of the MTN involvement, which to competition will further give the South African firm more domineering power in the industry.
30 Mar 2016
The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, will address participants of 38th Senior Executive Course (SEC) of the National Institute for Policy...
29 Mar 2016
As part of efforts to enable users enjoy fast and growing global standard for voice and calling, Smile Communications Nigeria Limited has announced the introduction of two 4G LTE innovations to its customers in Nigeria.
23 Mar 2016
The snail speed development that has greeted Nigeria’s broadband development in the last one year has become a source of worry to telecommunications companies in the country.
22 Mar 2016
Determined to increase Internet penetration in the country, Spectranet, 4G LTE Internet Service Provider, has offered unified tariff package that would ensure everyone has access to affordable and faster Internet.
21 Mar 2016
The SWIFT messaging system says it plans to ask banks to follow recommended security practices, following an unprecedented cyber attack on Bangladesh's central bank that yielded $81 million.
9 Mar 2016
Globacom has revealed plans of having new landing stations for its 9,800 km long fibre optic cable system, Glo 1 outside Nigeria.

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