Mobile data prices fall by 75% as depletion crises rise
Frustrations continued to heighten for telecoms subscribers over the rise in data depletion before the supposed expiration dates. Checks showed that complaints cut across all the mobile
Lockdown: Airtel Nigeria partners FG to offer free online education
Airtel Nigeria says it is collaborating with the Federal Government to offer free qualitative education for students across the country during the COVID-19 lockdown period.
Competition heightens as telcos lose 121,154 customers in MNP
Poor services both in voice and data offering in 2019, which saw, especially prices of data crashing by as much as 70 per cent, must have forced some subscribers to dump their networks for another.
Businesses, subscribers suffer as internet challenges persist
Frustrations of subscribers, businesses, banks, and government agencies over slow Internet services failed to abate as at close of the week yesterday
Global Interns ink partnership with Airtel
Global Interns, a professional group committed to the personal development of young people, in partnership with telecommunication giant, Airtel Nigeria, continued its ‘Career Connect’ series recently...
Uncertainty, insecurity, others undermine efforts to restore market confidence
Piqued by the free fall in equities prices and the unprecedented lull that besieged the nation’s stock market activities in the past few years,
Mr Igboro Is A Winner For Airtel, But...
The 1970s marked a change in the advertising industry where adverts shifted from just paper prints to multimedia modes. In 1970, two successful ad companies: Rosabel Advertising and Insight Communication changed the game of adverts by introducing new creative approaches to the promotion of goods and services. By the end of that decade, different companies…
Telcos claim N15tr contribution to economy, demand protection
Telecoms operators have contributed over N15 trillion to the Nigerian economy since the revolution started 18 years ago, latest data from the Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) have shown.
N253.6b capital flight upsets stock market stakeholders
The current volatility witnessed in the nation’s stock market is partly due to the delisting of 36 firms valued at N253.6 billion from the daily official list of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in the last four years.
Telcos record 2.27m new subscribers, NCC licenses 20 ISPs
Amid complaints of falling telephony standard in the country, about 2.27 million new subscribers were added to the telecoms network in September. Telephone users still contend with an increase in drop calls, illegal credit deductions, unsolicited short message service (SMS), among others.