Banks get risk-shy, engage agents
Money deposit banks (MDBs) are increasingly transferring risks of cash processing and management to third parties under the guise of agency banking model, an investigation by The Guardian has revealed.
Telecoms operators pledge improved service
Following the destruction of property during the #EndSARS protests, especially in Lagos, telecoms operators assured that no damage was done to their facilities.
Telecoms operators apologise for network outage
The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) on Wednesday said some of its members were experiencing network outage, which was affecting the quality of services provided to subscribers. In a statement in Lagos, Mr Gbenga Adebayo, the President of ALTON, on behalf of its members, appealed to subscribers to bear with them. The…
Policies shaping telecoms sector’s growth, contributions
Telecommunications investment has been identified as one with a strong potential to spur economic growth and create employment in the short and long terms.
Consolidating telecoms sector’s growth
As the saying goes, the reward for hard work is more work. This aptly fits the present circumstances surrounding the Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission...
Subscribers lament slow speed as lockdown raises data use
The COVID-19 lockdown is making telecoms operators laugh all the way to the bank as consumers including religious organisations increase their use of services.
Adebayo: We must step up awareness on safety of 5G technology, devices
The situation demands more public enlightenment on the safety of mobile communications networks and devices.
Group faults planned sharing of private data
A group, Paradigm Initiative, has insisted that it was unlawful for “MTN to arbitrarily use, distribute or grant third-party access for the processing of users’ data.”
Technology missing as Nigeria battles COVID-19
The dramatic spread of COVID-19 has disrupted lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses worldwide.