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2 Aug
The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) has concluded its roadmap to roll out the much-awaited commercialisation of locally developed telecommunication solutions in Nigeria.
6 May
Massive ‘buying’ occasioned by improved corporate performance, has triggered an increase in transactions in the equity market as investors gained N1. 85 trillion in April.
27 Nov 2021
Operators of Point of Sale (POS) outlets in parts of Kaduna State resumed services on Saturday following the restoration of telecommunication networks i
1 Oct 2021
Civil Society group, the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), has decried what it described as the Federal Government’s deliberately hasty, panic move to shutdown telecommunications networks
21 Feb 2021
The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) says the commission received the highest consumer related complaints
10 Feb 2021
In this report, ADEYEMI ADEPETUN, writes that issues of data depletion remain huge in the telecommunication sector, even as the telecoms regulator begins forensic audit.
23 Dec 2020
Indigenous tech consultancy firm, AVRUST Nigeria, and Swedish cyber Security Company, Covr Security AB, have partnered to launch secure digital identity solutions for banks, telecommunication firms, and healthcare providers.   Chief Executive Officer, AVRUST Nigeria, Felix Unachukwu, said Nigeria was doing catch-up with the rest of the world when it comes to the digital economy,…
2 Dec 2020
Virtually, all urban areas in the world are covered by a mobile broadband network, but worrying gaps in connectivity and Internet access persist in rural areas, according to Measuring Digital Development
2 Oct 2020
The Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) has considered lifting the suspended Spectrum Trading Guidelines (STG), 2018, pending the conclusion of ongoing review of the guidelines.
2 Jun 2020
A global tech market advisory firm, ABI Research, has said telecommunication companies (telcos) have a critical role to play in managing Nigeria’s transition
24 May 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every sector of the economy. Banking, oil and gas, tourism, telecommunication, education, energy, even the film
21 May 2020
While prices of telecommunication services continue to decline, but they are to translate into rapidly increasing Internet penetration rates.

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