Airtel impacts on 25 families in ”Touching Lives” initiative
Airtel Nigeria on Monday said that it had directly and positively on impacted 25 families with its Corporate Social Responsibility (CRS) initiative tagged: ”Airtel Touching Lives”.
Airtel Nigeria selects Ericsson for core network upgrade
Airtel Nigeria has signed a three-year contract with Ericsson to modernize and expand its packet core network, paving the way for even faster mobile broadband services and enhanced user experience for its subscribers.
Rotary partners Airtel on blood donation project in Lagos
Also in attendance to donate blood was the wife of the President, Geetika Tandon and the Coordinator of the event, Anil Grover, the Chief Medical Director, Grover Medicals Life Style Clinic, Victoria Island Lagos.
Airtel offers new bonus package
Airtel customers will receive bonus data that is commensurate to the total value of their recharge at the end of a calendar month and also get eight times the value of every recharge, instantly, any time they recharge their lines.
Appeal Court backs Lagos councils on private parks’ levies dispute
According to the matter, the appellant (Airtel) operated a private parking lot within the jurisdiction of the 3rd Respondent (Eti-Osa Local Government) and contested that the latter was restricted in collection of levies to public motor parks.
Operators record slow growth in Q1 as services remain poor
Statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has shown a stagnant growth profile of the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) in the country for quarter one 2017.
Telecoms operators lose 1.7m subscribers in March
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that telecommunication operators lost 1,653,286 subscribers in March.
Service providers to drive Smartphones penetration in Nigeria
As a measure to drive smartphone penetration in Nigeria, Airtel, SOLO, and RenMoney, have partnered to offer telecoms consumers across the country an opportunity to own premium, quality devices.
Google, telcos collaborate to unlock potential of sector
Efforts to increase insurance penetration of insurance in Nigeria are becoming feasible, as notable Information Technology and Communication companies are committed to driving growth in the industry.