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24 Apr 2020
The call to assign temporary spectrum to some operators to address poor network availability has divided stakeholders in the telecommunications space with some backing the call
27 Mar 2020
The dramatic spread of COVID-19 has disrupted lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses worldwide.
26 Mar 2020
Under the aegis of the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), the operators said the request became necessary because of the essential nature of telecommunications infrastructure in managing the entire situation and the need for maintenance and repairs that may arise during the possible lockdown.
17 Mar 2020
With many companies implementing a mandatory work-from-home policy as a precaution against coronavirus, widespread adoption could lead to global Internet connectivity issues, experts warn.
11 Mar 2020
Though telecommunications operators in Nigeria have connected some 269 million telephone lines, with 185 million people in the country becoming active users as in January, however, huge access gaps still exist.
4 Mar 2020
The telecommunication industry in Nigeria has developed to be very competitive, as different telecom companies jostle for the attention of subscribers. However, one of the key challenges confronting these companies is how they manage their service quality, which means a great deal to customer satisfaction.
26 Feb 2020
To avoid some of the pitfalls that stunted the full realisation of the National Broadband Plan (NBP 2013-2018), the Federal Government would need to make funds available, and ensure policies targeted at growing the local...
19 Feb 2020
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…
12 Feb 2020
With the rampaging coronavirus outbreak in China spreading very fast and taking a toll across several sectors of the economy, the technology industry
31 Jan 2020
Nigeria joined the global community this week to mark international data privacy day. January 28 is dedicated as international data privacy day; this year’s theme is “Own Your Privacy.”
27 Jan 2020
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.
25 Jan 2020
Frustrations of subscribers, businesses, banks, and government agencies over slow Internet services failed to abate as at close of the week yesterday

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The governorship aspiration of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate in Enugu State, Frank Nweke Jr, received a boost, at the weekend, as his home community of Ozalla, in Enugu South Council, hosted him to a reception, where they donated branded Toyota Sienna van, among other items, in support of his campaign.