15 Aug 2017
Zenith Bank, one of the financial institutions that syndicated $1.2 billion loan facility to Etisalat, now 9mobile, said it has made a provision on 30 per cent of its loan to the telecommunications company.
31 Jul 2017
The controversy dogging Etisalat’s $1.2 billion alleged “Non-Performing Loan” with 13-bank syndicate group has remained unsettling as stakeholders raise suspicion of incompetence, connivance and overstatement of investments.
26 Jul 2017
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says resolving the Etisalat debt issue is an incentive to attract the two billion dollars Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) expected from Mubadala of United Arab Emirates (UAE).
19 Jul 2017
Embattled telecommunications firm, Etisalat Nigeria, has formally alerted its over 20 million subscribers to its new brand identity, 9mobile.
16 Jul 2017
Niyi Osundare, has released a new collection of poems. If Only The Road Could Talk: Poetic Peregrinations in Africa, Asia, and Europe, has the added value of illustrated reflections by the painter, cartoonist/ art scholar Dele Jegede.
12 Jul 2017
Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Ltd. (EMTS), trading as Etisalat Nigeria, on Tuesday said its Experience Centres were still in full operation.
12 Jul 2017
As part of the restructuring process and to keep its over 20 million customers afloat, Etisalat Nigeria must change its domain name, the www. etisalat. com.ng within the next three weeks.
11 Jul 2017
The Chief Executive of Etisalat International, Hatem Dowidar, told Reuters yesterday that Abu Dhabi’s Etisalat had terminated its management agreement with its Nigerian arm and given the business time to phase out the brand in Nigeria.
8 Jul 2017
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that it was not among the members of the new board of Etisalat.
7 Jul 2017
The surreal tale surrounding a $1.2 billion (about N541 billion) loan given to a foreign-owned private company by a consortium of 13 Nigerian banks is staggering.The syndicated loan was given to Etisalat Nigeria in which Emirate Telecommunications Group Company...
5 Jul 2017
Telecommunications firm, Etisalat Nigeria has launched a time-based mobile data solution, called BlazeOn, powered by Comptel’s FWD solution.The launch of BlazeOn, an Android App available to Etisalat customers, marked the beginning of a new experience in mobile data usage for subscribers on the network.
5 Jul 2017
The newly appointed seven-member board of Etisalat will determine the affairs of the embattled telecommunications firm after the next six months, during which effective decisions on outright sale or merger options will be taken.