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4 Aug 2021
A legal practitioner, Ayoola Oke, with expertise in communications law, has said that many telecommunications operators, especially the smaller players, may run out of business without urgent measures to preserve their operations.
3 Aug 2021
The Nigerian Communications Commission has refuted claims that it has renewed the unified access service license of MTN Nigeria. The refutal was made after a news report claimed that the mobile operating license of MTN has been renewed by the Commission for another period of ten years. The online publication which cited regulatory filings by…
3 Aug 2021
About 110 million telephone lines were inactive nationwide as of the first half of the year. Consequently, the development resulted in a drop in the market share of players.
MTN Group
2 Aug 2021
For the first half of the year, ended June 30, 2021, telecommunications service provider, MTN service revenue hit N790.3 billion, an increase of 24.1 per cent.
10 Jul 2021
Music is, without doubt, one of Nigeria’s biggest exports. It has placed the country on the global stage, and not only does it get the world dancing, but it has also attracted some of the biggest accolades.
22 Jun 2021
Nigeria’s hope of 70 per cent broadband penetration and 90 per cent coverage as enshrined in the New National Broadband Plan (NNBP 2020 to 2025) has received a boost with plans by MTN to invest N640 billion ($1.5 billion) over the next three years.
MTN Group
17 Jun 2021
Telecommunications service provider, MTN, has assured its teeming customers in Nigeria of improved services. Reacting to a news story (Not The Guardian), yesterday, which claimed that it (MTN) had raised the alarm that ....
14 Jun 2021
Arafat O. Manliki, former Digital Marketing Manager at MTN has ended his 14-year career journey to resume his new position as the Marketing Communications & Digital Leader West Africa at Schneider Electric, a global multinational company which provides energy management and digital automation solutions for efficiency and sustainability. With over 15 years of cognate experience…
9 Jun 2021
No less than 15.8 million subscribers have lost access to telecommunications services in the country, as a result of government policies, especially that the ban on new SIM cards activation
CBN governor Emefiele
25 May 2021
The traditional financial system is broken and does not work for Nigerians. EFINA’s 2018 survey provides the clearest example of this, as over 36.6 million or 37.0 per cent of Nigerians
2 May 2021
Telecommunications firm, MTN, said as at April 30, over 35 million of its subscribers had submitted their National Identity Number (NIN), which had subsequently been passed to the National Identity Management Commission for verification.
1 May 2021
The MTN Foundation is partnering with the Duke of Shomolu Productions to bring the historical play, Ibiom: When Doves Fly to the Ibom Hall in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State on April 30 and May 1, 2021. This is in line with its consistent drive to bolster the efforts of stakeholders in the theatre industry with…

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