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13 Dec 2021
After 11 rounds of bidding, two operators, MTN and Mafab Communications have emerged winners of 100 MHz lots each in the 3.5GHz spectrum for the Fifth Generation (5G) network. They are to pay $273.6 million between now and February 2022.
13 Dec 2021
Currently, at Round 10, the auction price for the 5G Network has increased to $263.1 million with none of the three bidders, MTN Nigeria, Airtel and Mafab Communications ready to back down. The reserved price, which is the entrance price, was $197.4 million. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), which is organising the auction, is offering…
13 Dec 2021
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Pantami, has assured that by 2022, Nigeria would have the largest Fifth Generation (5G) coverage in Africa.
13 Dec 2021
With three operators currently slugging it out in Abuja for Nigeria’s Fifth Generation (5G) network license, the current bid price per lot of the 3.5GHz spectrum auction has now hit $209,497,962.50 as Round Four begins. The price per lot of 100MHz band of the spectrum on offer was $204, 388,256.10 for Round Three. For Second…
3 Dec 2021
Connecting Humanity, a study by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), has indicated the need for investments estimated at $428 billion worldwide to ensure that people across
2 Dec 2021
Global connections of the Fifth-Generation (5G) network are expected to hit 660 million, which is two thirds of a billion worldwide by December 31.
25 Nov 2021
Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, has reaffirmed Nigeria’s readiness to deploy 5G, indicating that the technology transcends the telecom and ICT sector and will embrace every facet of human life.
11 Nov 2021
With the Federal Government optimistic about December 13 Fifth Generation (5G) network spectrum auction in Nigeria, the reserve price (RP) bid of $194.7 million...
10 Nov 2021
Fresh hurdles await operators bidding for the Fifth Generation (5G) network licenses in Nigeria as the Federal Government has mandated a 10-year coverage nationwide, with a minimum download speed of 100 Mbps.
5 Nov 2021
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Pantami, has urged stakeholders of the telecommunications industry to collaborate for effective deployment of the Fifth Generation (5G) technology in the country.
20 Oct 2021
This was disclosed at the12th yearly Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) held in Dubai recently. Huawei’s Rotating Chairman Ken Hu, who disclosed this at the forum, stressed the need for the global ICT....
20 Oct 2021
The Fifth-Generation (5G) connectivity could save over 250 million tonnes in CO2 emissions globally by 2030 if the move to wind and solar energy is accelerated.


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