The upward trajectory witnessed in the country’s telecoms sector very early in the year appears not to have been sustained. By the end of April, service providers had already lost about 2.5 million voice subscribers.
28 Jun 2022
Out of the about 301.5 million connected telephone lines (GSM) in Nigeria, some 97 million Subscribers Identification Modules (SIM) cards have, however, become inactive
17 Jun 2022
Telecommunications operators, comprising GSM, Fixed Telephony Operators (Fixed/ Fixed Wireless); Internet Service Providers (ISPs); Value Added Service (VAS); Collocation
4 Aug 2021
Telecommunications operators other than GSM, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), fixed players generated N546.1 billion in 2020 as against N449.1 earned in 2019.
20 Jan 2021
The Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) family of technologies has provided the world with mobile communications since 1991. In over 20 years of development, GSM has been continually enhanced to provide platforms that deliver an increasingly broad range of mobile services as demand grows.
10 Jan 2021
I humbly wish to draw the attention of the Federal Government to stop the so much advertised registration of subscribers of GSM. The ongoing exercise directed on National Identification Number
16 Oct 2020
Service providers, including Internet service providers (ISPs), and fixed wired players generated N18.6 billion more in 2019 than their 2018 collective earnings.
31 Jul 2020
It will be 19 years this August since the introduction of the Digital Mobile Communications services popularly referred to as GSM in Nigeria.
18 May 2020
Traders at the trendy Global System for Mobile (GSM) Communication Village at Tombia Roundabout in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, have lamented the demolition of their stalls
30 Aug 2019
Since the licensing of Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) in Nigeria, we have experienced upgrade from 2G to 3G then 4G and now looking to 5G.
19 Jun 2019
Goods worth millions of naira were on Tuesday destroyed by fire at the popular GSM Village in Cantonment, Lokoja, the Kogi State capital. The cause of the fire incident, which razed about 26 shops, was yet to be ascertained as at the time of filing this report on Tuesday. The chairman of the Traders Association,…
7 Jan 2019
Having surpassed the 30 per cent broadband penetration target of 2018, Nigeria is expected to bridge the 190 telecommunications access gap with new focus on ubiquitous Internet access. The new move, according to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) would include the review and overhaul of the National Broadband Plan (NBP) 2013-2018, infrastructure upgrade and fresh…