South African telecoms giant MTN to pull out of Mideast
Africa's largest mobile operator, South African telecoms giant MTN, announced Thursday it would pull out of the Middle East to concentrate on Africa, and scrap its interim dividend under a blueprint to navigate the coronavirus pandemic.
CIPM charge members on multidimensional leadership for relevance
The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM), has charged newly-inducted members on multidimensional leadership for better strategic decisions and to remain relevant.
Subscribers agonise over persistent poor telecoms services
Poor state of telephony services in the country has continued to pitch subscribers against the operators.
Coronavirus, political instability sustain sell-off at NSE
Sell pressure continued at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), amid negative sentiments fuelled by the rise in Coronavirus pandemic, exacerbated by the political crisis
Mobile data prices fall by 75% as depletion crises rise
Frustrations continued to heighten for telecoms subscribers over the rise in data depletion before the supposed expiration dates. Checks showed that complaints cut across all the mobile
StarTimes, MTN partner on movies, sports via mobile
StarTimes Nigeria has entered into a digital content sharing partnership that gives phone-users access to a wide range of movies, series and sports through the StarTimes ON Application platform.
Sim card case: Court orders N10m against DSS over man's arrest
A federal high court in Asaba, Delta State on Thursday ordered the Department of State Service (DSS) to pay N10 million in compensation for violation of human rights of one Anthony Okolie. Okolie was arrested on Monday, July 22 at Nnedisi Road, Asaba, Delta State and detained by the DSS for a period of 10…
Nigeria, others witness slow Internet speed as submarine cable cuts
Subscribers, especially data customers may experience service disruptions, slow speeds, among other challenges as a result of damages to a submarine cable system on the Atlantic sea.