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15 Jun 2017
With Internet Protocol version Four (IPV4) running out and possible Internet blockade looming, especially in Nigeria due to low preparation and awareness, individuals and business organiations...
9 Jun 2017
Telecom companies in Nigeria have expressed frustrations with the current data services provisioning market structure in the country.
7 Jun 2017
In an interview with The Guardian, last month, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on ICT, and Senior Personal Assistant to the Vice President, Lanre Osibona, put broadband penetration at 21 per cent.
23 May 2017
Olusola Teniola, said the cloud computing market is a fast growing one within the ICT sector, and that South Africa infrastructure in sub-Saharan Africa is more mature and advanced in terms of capacity build and running operating costs.
5 May 2017
This is coming against the backdrop of MTN sacking of some 280 workers and refusal by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to remove IT/Telecom equipment from list of restricted items in access to foreign exchange.
5 May 2017
According to Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), national roaming is only achievable if the country attains about 95% nationwide coverage.
3 May 2017
According to the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), the umbrella body for telecommunications companies in the country, co-location has become highly essential if services must improve.
26 Apr 2017
About $2 billion revenue which yearly enters the nation’s economy from activities at Africa’s largest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) centre, Computer Village, Lagos, is currently under threat from counterfeiters.
21 Apr 2017
Fake phone manufacturers and importers seem to be having upper hand in the current battle with such products’ regulators in Nigeria, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek can report.
31 Jan 2017
To cement the over 15-year gains of telecommunications revolution in Nigeria, occasioned by the liberalisation of the sector in 2001, stakeholders have canvassed a better regulatory environment in 2017 that is devoid of rancor.
25 Jan 2017
Nigeria recorded a marginal increase in its teledensity in 2016, ending the year with 110 per cent growth in the spread of telephony services, including voice, data, and multimedia services, and a host of others to its over 170 million populace.
6 Jan 2017
National Security Adviser (NSA) has intervened by issuing a directive to state governors to advise their revenue agencies to stop the closure of telecommunications base stations on the basis of revenue collection.

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