Sustained buying interest in most blue-chip stocks especially, Airtel Africa and FBN Holdings pushed the Nigerian Exchange Limited’s (NGX) All-Share Index (ASI) further by 1.2 per cent yesterday.
Telecommunications firm, MTN, recently celebrated 20 years of service in Nigeria. In this report, ADEYEMI ADEPETUN, writes on the journey and contributions of the firm in the country.
Total prepaid mobile voice subscriptions increased from 179, 249, 965 in December 2019 to 199, 043, 508 in December 2020, indicating an increase of 11.04 per cent in the period.
Twenty years after the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) licensed the first two Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) that birthed the revolution of Global System for Mobile (GSM) telecommunication...
About 110 million telephone lines were inactive nationwide as of the first half of the year. Consequently, the development resulted in a drop in the market share of players.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said it is still reviewing Airtel Nigeria’s operating licence renewal application.
There are many things Airtel does well. Competitive prices, endearing packages and of course, television commercials that do more than selling the telecommunication giants. Who could forget the award-winning The In-laws series, starring Abdulateef Adedimeji and Benita Essien, that regaled us with anecdotes about everyday extended Nigerian family, and its spinoff Amaka Must Go? And…
To scale up Nigeria’s mobile money market to at the sub-regional front, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) should extend licences to MTN and Airtel.
Chief Executive Officer, EFG Hermes Nigeria, Lilian Olubi, has said that the price-fixing regime in the foreign exchange (forex) market is a deterrent to Foreign Portfolio Investors
Reprieve over fast data depletion being experienced by many subscribers in the country may not come anytime soon.
Telecommunications firm, Airtel Nigeria, has renewed its spectrum licence in the 900MHz and 1800MHz bands for a period of 10 years effective December 1, 2021, until November 30, 2031.
A telecommunication service provider, Airtel, has commenced the National Identity Number (NIN) registration exercise in its retail outlets across the country. Airtel, in a statement yesterday in Lagos, said it was following an approval from the Federal Government, which granted it a verification and enrolment licence.