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28 Feb
Mobile network operators, largely the GSM players including MTN, Globacom, Airtel and 9mobile saw a combined growth of 1.62 per cent at the end of 2023.
9 Feb
The federal, state and local governments, last year, shared a total of N2.52 trillion as the Federal Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) foreign exchange (FX) rate gain.
9 Feb
Airtel Nigeria has disclosed that some 9.2 million of its customers have submitted their National Identification Number (NIN) for verification ahead of the February 28 deadline issued by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) for all unlinked lines to be fully barred.
1 Jan
Monopoly is a situation whereby there is a single producer, supplier or seller of a particular good or service.
20 Dec
Stockbrokers have warned that the country may witness mass delisting of manufacturing firms from the stock market and outright exit from the market if urgent steps are not taken to stabilise the foreign exchange (FX) market.
12 Dec
Chief Adeolu Ogunbanjo, President, National Association of Telecommunications Subscribers (NATCOMS) in this no holds barred interview with The Guardian x-rays the state of the economy and how the President Bola Tinubu-administration and its policies is affecting the telecom sector, among other developing events in the outgoing year.   What is your assessment of the general…
29 Nov
Airtel has assured Nigerians of better 5G offerings and improved mobile money service through its Smartcash PSB. Speaking in Lagos, during a media interaction, Head of B2B Sales, Smartcash PSB, Judith Osiobe, said the service is to ensure financial inclusion on a global scale.
14 Nov
Two years after Airtel Nigeria renovated and commissioned the Ward A Block at Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Carl Cruz, has expressed happiness of the telecommunications firm that the facility had been serving its intended purpose. Cruz made the assertion during an inspection of the building by Airtel leadership, which…
1 Nov
Data consumption by Nigerians boosted mobile network operators’ earnings in the last three months ending September 30, 2023.
11 Jul 2023
Airtel Nigeria, recently, hosted Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu and other dignitaries to celebrate the impact of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects, its other initiatives, as well as engage with key stakeholders.
5 Jul 2023
Samsung, Nigeria’s consumer electronics brand, has announced the launch of Galaxy A14 5G. This latest addition to the popular Galaxy A series is aimed at offering a complete package of the latest Galaxy innovations at an affordable price,...
20 Jun 2023
WHIILE it kicked off its fifth generation (5G) network rollout in four locations, including Lagos, Ogun, Rivers and Abuja, telecommunications firm, Airtel, is targetting coverage of the entire country by the end of the current financial year.     The year usually ends March 31. Airtel said for anyone to enjoy the innovative service, the subscriber…

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