Vandalism cost may be passed to phone users
Operators renew calls for passage of CNI bill The rising cases of vandalism on telecoms infrastructure in the country would impact negatively quality of telephony services and slow fresh investments into the sector, the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has warned.Speaking on the recent attacks on telecoms infrastructure belonging to MTN and Airtel…
Coronavirus to slow production of phones, chips
With the rampaging coronavirus outbreak in China spreading very fast and taking a toll across several sectors of the economy, the technology industry
Despite poor services, telcos earn N2.78tr from airtime sales, others
In spite of the drop in quality of telephony services in 2019, telecommunication operators, especially Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) earned about ₦2.78tr from airtime sales and others.
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
Experts explain hackers’ focus on banks in Nigeria, sub-Saharan Africa
Following report by Kaspersky that security researchers have spotted thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region
Federal Government urges states to honour RoW agreements
The Federal Government has called on all state governors to honour the agreement on a unified and hamonised Right of Way (RoW) levies in the country.
How data price war hurts telecoms service quality
Data price ‘war’ among telecoms operators is one of the major causes of poor service quality faced by Nigerian subscribers, especially in the download and upload of content.
Teniola: Price of data must be affordable for those below poverty line
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) in consultation with all stakeholders in the industry, who are impacted by the decisions made regarding the business model they execute under the commission’s licence they hold.