Worries as Africa slows global Internet connections
The Global System for Mobile telecommunications Association (GSMA), is worried about the slow pace of Internet connections in Africa.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s digital exclusion woes persist, says Goodluck
Akinwale Goodluck, head of Africa at the GSM Association (GSMA), has said that though a lot of people in Sub-Saharan Africa are covered by mobile broadband (MBB) network
World Bank, ITU, GSMA, WEF seek increased bandwidth, congestion management
The World Bank, International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Global System for Mobile Telecommunications Association (GSMA), and the World Economic Forum (WEF), have called for increased bandwidth, congestion management across the globe in this period of COVID-19 pandemic.
Mobile money accounts breach 1bn mark
During 2019, mobile money services reached a milestone, surpassing one billion accounts globally. This is according to GSMA, which unveiled the annual “State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money”
Nigeria benefits as 5G adds $2.2tr to global economy over next 14 years
The 2020 global edition of the GSMA’s flagship ‘Mobile Economy’ report has informed that mobile technologies and services generated 4.7 per cent of GDP globally in 2019
GSMA study reveals gender gap in mobile internet usage
The gender gap in mobile internet usage remains substantial, with over 300 million fewer women than men accessing the Internet from a mobile device in low- and middle-income countries, a new GSMA finding has revealed.
Adopting ‘progressive’ spectrum pathway for increased connectivity
Spectrum is beyond the lifeblood of the telecommunications industry, it is the lifeblood of the economy. The more spectrum is licensed, that's how things will be deployed and how mobility will be enabled.
‘Why Nigeria’s telecommunication sector is struggling to attract new investments’
When you look at all the stakeholders in the industry, I mean the regulator, consumers, the objective of government in terms of broadband and the digital economy, expectations of government regarding the development...