The Federal Government has disclosed that telecommunications subscribers would pay five per cent tax on calls, SMS and data services.
As telecoms operators battle with rising energy costs, especially diesel, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has called on mobile network operators (MNOs), Internet Service Providers...
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has revealed that 568 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have become inactive to date.
With data consumption increasing by 70.8 per cent from 205,880.4 terabytes in 2020 to 350,165.39 terabytes in 2021, no less than 552,667 subscribers across the six-geopolitical zones of Nigeria...
21 Jul 2021
As of the first quarter of 2021, licensed Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the country have connected some 338,028 users. Out of this figure, 182, 093 users are active, while 155,935 have remained inactive.
16 Mar 2021
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has issued licences to six new firms to operate as Internet Service providers (ISPs) in the country.
24 Feb 2021
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) need to be encouraged to improve their general business processes practices, long-term growth and sustainability to create new revenue streams...
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.
1 May 2019
As part of efforts aimed at ensuring security of the cyber space and protecting telecoms consumers from activities of criminals, the Nigerian Communications Commission...
15 Mar 2019
Data Economy, one of the world’s most prestigious publications devoted to the global data industry has selected Dr Ayotunde Coker, the Managing Director of Rack Centre as one of its 200 “Power List” individuals transforming the world of data. The United Kingdom based publication, showcased the personalities and executives around the world who are leading…
22 Jan 2019
As the New Year dawned, conveying with it promise of new things to come, an unprecedented new wave of internet shutdowns hit Africa. On the 21st December 2018, the Sudanese government ordered for restricted access to social media sites in an effort to prevent the free flow of information and communication. This was during countrywide…
17 Oct 2018
The Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), has grown traffic on its network by over 10,000 per cent in the last five years, and currently exchanges over 110 gigabits per second of traffic.