International Telecommunications Union
International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) have revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic caused a major spike in prices of broadband services
29 Dec 2021
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has stressed the need for the standardisation of the Fifth Generation (5G) network across the globe.
2 Dec 2021
Though many lives were lost to the COVID-19 pandemic, it however, brought more people online.
10 Nov 2021
The United Nations’ arm saddled with global communications, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), has hinged digital transformation across countries on skills’
5 Mar 2021
High Internet cost is forcing nearly half of the people with 4G network coverage to remain offline, especially in developing countries.
31 Jul 2020
Nigeria, Botswana and Seychelles are likely to reach the United Nations Broadband Commission’s target of affordable broadband services of less than 2% of Gross National Income (GNI) per capita by 2023.
17 Jun 2020
From the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), came to the submission on Monday, that Artificial Intelligence (AI), has the potential to help humanity
10 Mar 2020
The World Trade Organization said Tuesday it would suspend all meetings until March 20 after one of its staff members contracted the new coronavirus.
29 Jan 2020
Network coverage technology in Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, and other parts of Africa, is still 3G, with 79 per cent penetration.
15 Jan 2020
Countries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) lost about $2.16 billion in 2019 to the shutting down of the Internet and social media for 7,800 hours, mostly by government authorities
13 Dec 2019
The Global System for Mobile telecommunications Services (GSMA) has expressed serious concern over the proposed nine per cent Communication Service Tax (CST) in Nigeria, currently under consideration by the National Assembly.
18 Oct 2019
For Nigeria and other African countries to achieve universal, affordable and good quality Internet access by 2030, the region will require an investment of over $100 billion.