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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.
5 Oct 2016
According to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Airtel Nigeria, Segun Ogunsanya, mobile money services have refused to pick up considerably well in Nigeria because the telecommunications operators have not been allowed to champion it.
8 Aug 2016
Subscribers on Globacom network on Sunday commended the telecommunications’ company for its reduced tariffs on its data.
6 Aug 2016
For the first time in 22 years of operations, MTN, Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator, reported a $357 million half-year loss.The headline loss, according to the telecommunications firm, came in at 4.9 billion rand, or 271 cents per share, in the six months.
3 Aug 2016
Telecommunications operator, Etisalat, in partnership with O.A. Bella Resources, has empowered 100 individuals with basic life skills and basic equipment to help them maximize their potentials through the establishment of start up businesses.
22 Jul 2016
It is official; there is data war in the telecom space fuelled by intense competition among the operators.For Nigerians, it is bonanza time as operators demonstrate knee jerk reactions and fight for the souls...
20 Jul 2016
Nigeria’s telecommunications sector has witnessed tremendous growth over the last 15 years. It has been adjudged as the largest market in Africa…thanks to the last Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rebasing in the country.
10 Jul 2016
A few days before he was killed, the then Premier of Northern Nigeria, Sir Ahmadu Bello, (1909-1966), Sardauna of Sokoto incorporated a company called the New Nigeria Development Company.
4 Jul 2016
Following a directive to the telecommunications service providers in the country, the operators will from July 1, 2016, activate the ‘Do Not Disturb’ (DND) facility which gives subscribers the freedom to choose what messages....
24 Jun 2016
Nigeria has dropped in the ranking of telecommunications networks that are currently using internet protocol version 6 (IPv6), the latest communications protocol, compared to last year’s ranking, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
17 Jun 2016
The Guardian gathered that if a dealer prints and distributes 5,000 vouchers at N500 each on a daily basis at a profit of about N10 per card, he is expected to make a profit of about N1.5 million a month.
15 Jun 2016
Stakeholders in the nation’s capital market have described the moves by the Telecom giant, MTN Nigeria to become a Public Liability Company (Plc) by listing its shares on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange...

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