At Art X, Absolut beams Smile of hope on Alara
Olatunde Alara is a 25-year-old experimental visual artist, born and based in Lagos, Nigeria. Spending his formative years in England, he would later return to the city in 2011. With his only formal experience in art being from secondary school, in...
United Nations celebrates International Youth Day
Speaking at the event, United Nations Resident and Humanitarian coordinator for Nigeria, Mr. Edward Kallon, said: “This year, the theme for International Youth Day is ‘Youth Building Peace.’
NIWBQR ranks Smile top in QoS, Globacom for coverage
National Independent Wireless Broadband Quality Reporting (NIWBQR) which measures the quality of customers’ experience in mobile wireless networks in Nigeria, has ranked Smile Communications first in terms of quality of service offered to customers...
Smile Communications offers customers new device, bonus
Smile, a pioneer 4G LTE telecommunications service provider in West Africa, has announced its new device and bonus offers to reward their customers.The offers will make it easier and more affordable for Smile customers to enjoy the benefits of its Superfast, reliable Internet without worrying about high costs of data.
Operators claim 85% increase in OPEX threatens broadband target
Telecommunications operators, mainly the Tier II players, have drawn the attention of the Federal Government to the increase in network operating expenses (OPEX) in Nigeria, which they claimed had increased by 85 per cent in the last 15 months.
NCC commends Smile as game changer
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Nigeria’s telecommunications industry regulator, has commended broadband service provider, Smile Communications Nigeria Limited ...