Telco begins renovation of centre
Telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has commenced the refurbishing and equipping of a 4-story infectious disease center and admission facility for the use of Specialist Units in the Department of Medicine at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba. Airtel Nigeria had announced in July that as part of activities marking a decade of…
Telcos can trade spectrum as NCC lifts suspension on trading guidelines
The Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) has considered lifting the suspended Spectrum Trading Guidelines (STG), 2018, pending the conclusion of ongoing review of the guidelines.
NCC pledges better services over subscribers’ complaints against telcos
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has promised to ensure improvement in the Quality of Service (QoS), and Quality of Experience (QoE), for the nation’s 190 million telecommunication subscribers.
Telcos, IT firms tasked on data protection, implementation of NDPR
The NDPR is being championed in Nigeria by the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA).The President of ATCON, Olusola Teniola, who made the call at a virtual meeting on, NDPR 2019: Benefits and Compliance Process, hosted by the body and NetHost Nigeria Limited
Telcos, stakeholders rally government for post-COVID-19 support
In recognition of the huge role, the telecommunication sector is playing especially during this coronavirus pandemic, players and other stakeholders in the industry
How telcos can rebuild Nigerian economy amid COVID-19
A global tech market advisory firm, ABI Research, has said telecommunication companies (telcos) have a critical role to play in managing Nigeria’s transition
Telcos hopeful of economic growth, revenues in states with RoW cut
Telecommunications operators are upbeat about new wave of economic development and revenue growth in states that have slashed Right of Way (RoW) tariffs in the country.
Telephony services slow as telcos seek additional temporary spectrum
Subscribers to telephony services have decried the number of continuous downturn in service offerings by the Mobile Network Operator (MNOs) in Nigeria.