ISPs struggle for patronage
Within the last one year, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), in the country have been able to add about 14, 247 new users to the network.
Telcos, banks, agencies face sanctions over illegal use of 5.4GHz band
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has accused some 63 companies and agencies of government in 11 states of illegal occupation on the 5.4GHz frequency band in the country.
1.83 million subscribers dump network operators
From 2013 to 2018, a total of 1,830,483 subscribers exchanged their network providers through the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) scheme. MNP, which was launched in Nigeria in April 2013, is a service that allows a cellphone or smartphone customer to change the telecom carrier and keep the same phone number.
9mobile gets $230m from AFC to expand operations in Nigeria
Efforts by the new Board and Management of Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited (EMTS), trading as 9mobile, to reposition the company may have started yielding results as the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), has approved a $230 million loan facility to help it attain its long-term growth plans.
9mobile restates commitment to prize
The Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited (EMTS) has reiterated its commitment to the development and promotion of talents and assured of fulfilling its obligations to 2018 finalists of the 9mobile Prize for Literature.
9mobile appoints Ibrahim Umar as new chief HR
Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services (EMTS) Limited, operators of 9mobile telecommunication services, has announced the appointment of Ibrahim Umar, as Chief Human Resources Officer, effective July 1st.
National database to capture 10 fingers
As part of efforts to create a security and development-oriented National Citizens Database, the Federal Government is to embark on a new biometric...
NCC declares 63.2 per cent SIM registrations invalid
Telephone subscribers are once again thrown into pandemonium, as the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), yesterday, declared about 63.2 per cent...