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.
Telcos task FG on hitch-free services over Covid-19 crisis
Telecommunication operators under the aegis of Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) at the weekend tasked the Federal Government to ensure hitch-free services in spite of the crisis created by Coronavirus.
Telcos connect 2.6 million Nigerians online as mobile gender gap persists
The New Year started well for the telecommunications operators in Nigeria as about 2.6 million people were brought online in January. Statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) obtained by The Guardian at the weekend, showed that the quartet
NCC sees Telcos’ listing on NSE as height of 2019 regulatory achievements
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has described the listing of telecom operators on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), as one of the heights of regulatory excellence it achieved in 2019. The Commission in a document noted that the listing of the telcos last year went down in history as memorable achievements in the country’s telecom industry…
Telcos, banks rank highest Ad spenders as media expenditure hits N81 billion
Though advertising expenditure dropped in the Above-the-Line (ATL) segment of the media last year to N81 billion, as against previous year’s spending of N88 billion, advertising budgets remain focused on television and newspapers...