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6 Mar 2020
Most Nigerians are not paying much attention to the rollout of 5G because they are deeply skeptical of the latest technology and are already angry with their service providers.
28 Feb 2020
Commercialisation of fifth-generation (5G) networks in Nigeria will be impacted negatively by power infrastructure gaps that currently exist in the country. Besides, the current state of fibre infrastructure, which remains inadequate in the country
26 Feb 2020
Research group, McKinsey, has pointed out in latest report that the wireless industry will invest heavily to promote 5G networks. But in the next 10 years, the first wave of 5G will not benefit most people.
5 Feb 2020
The world is just beginning to discover5G but China is already looking towards the sixth generation (6G).
29 Jan 2020
International Data Corporation (IDC), expects worldwide shipments of used smartphones, inclusive of both officially refurbished and used smartphones, to reach a total of 206.7 million units in 2019.
29 Jan 2020
European Union countries can restrict or exclude high-risk 5G providers from core parts of their telecoms network infrastructure under new guidelines to be issued by the European Commission...
28 Jan 2020
It is heralded as the breakthrough to a brave new world of technology, but in the here and now, super-fast 5G networking has been pitting the United States against China.
24 Jan 2020
By 2025, half of smartphone owners who do not have a bank account will use a mobile-accessible crypto-currency account for their day-to-day financial transactions.
15 Jan 2020
When you look at all the stakeholders in the industry, I mean the regulator, consumers, the objective of government in terms of broadband and the digital economy, expectations of government regarding the development...
10 Jan 2020
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), plans to license three new spectrums to facilitate the roll-out 5G network.
3 Jan 2020
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp will invest more than 50 billion yuan ($7.18 billion) in artificial intelligence and fifth generation internet technologies over the next five years, as competition in the sector grows.
27 Dec 2019
The latest mobile technology 5G is capable of delivering speed of 400 times more than 4G technology according to experts. But, Nigerians may not enjoy the potentials of this new technology to the fullest as peculiar environmental challenges...

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