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Nigeria needs a proper broadband pricing structure – Danbatta

  By Kester Omu The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta has said there is a need for Nigeria to...

NCC to consult stakeholders on best retail broadband and data services

  The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) will be tomorrow, January 16, 2018 consult stakeholders in the telecommunications industry and the general public on a cost...

Lack of broadband access largely responsible for SMEs’ failure – CcHUB...

  By Martin Ekpeke The Chief Executive Officer of the Co-Creation Hub (ccHub), Bosun Tijani has attributed the lack of ubiquitous broadband penetration in Nigeria as largely...

Bayero Agabi emerges Vice President of Nigerian Internet Group

  Popular broadcaster Bayero Agabi has emerged the Vice President of the Nigerian Internet Group, NIG. Bayero who is also the Executive Director at the...

MWC 2018: GSMA announces Ajit Pai, Dr. Jim Yong Kim as...

  By Kester Omu Ahead of this year’s Mobile World Congress scheduled to hold between 26 February – 1 March 2018 at Fira Gran Via in...

Low-cost high-speed internet in the offing

In an advance that may dramatically reduce costs and energy consumption of high-speed internet communication, researchers have developed an optical medium in which multiple...

Nigeria will surpass 30% broadband target by 2018 – NCC

  By Martin Ekpeke The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has given the assurance that Nigeria will meet and even surpass the 30 per cent target of...

Smile offers 100% bonus for three months

  Smile Communications has announced a three months bonus offering to its customers as part of efforts to make them have a fun filled holiday...

5G subscriptions to surpass 1 billion by 2023 – Ericsson

  By Kester Omu A new report by Ericsson Mobility has disclosed that there will be 1 billion 5G subscriptions by 2023, providing enhanced mobile broadband. The...

FG saves N3Bn on a single IT project, says NITDA

  The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) disclosed that the Nigerian government was able to save a whopping N3 billion on a single IT...

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