THE Nigerian Communi cations Commission last week in Abuja issued new set of Interconnect rates for the telecom industry, to take effect from Wednesday, December 31, 2009.Read More
By Prince Osuagwu WITH unfolding events in recent time, it could not have been an accident that the Nigerian telecommunications market zoomed past that of South Africa, which has dominated the lead for decades. Although, easily dubbed the dumping ground of unwanted foreign technologies, what no one would deny the market is its liberal stature
By Nnamdi Ojiego Subscribers of different telecom networks in the country are crying foul over the collapse of network in the face of a growing promotional activities by almost all the operators. The subscribers say, that for the operators to keep dishing out one form of promo after another even when they know that their
By Nnamdi Ojiego IT is believed that everyÂ good innovations come with its attendant problems or shortcomings. This is true of electronic gadgets like cameras, mobile phones, etc. One of the major problems experienced in the use of hand-sets is battery failure. It is particularly so in Nigeria where electricity supply is erratic. This sorry
With the introduction of Broad Access, Glo has brought fixed line telephony back to gloryâ€, he said.
What these statements meant was that the government knew that a lot of relief would come the way of Nigerians if the traditional fixed line telephony resurfaces. The government also knew all the while that a large chunk of the economy was going down the drain since the absence of fixed line telephony in Nigeria.
The award, according to the company has added to the plethora of honours it had received since it commenced operations about 9 years ago.The Company in a release signed by its MD/CEO said the Award will serve as an impetus to remain the managed services company of choice more so at a time when most operators are out sourcing their passive infrastructure maintenance to independent operators to boost services and reduce cost.Read More
WITH a fresh injectionof about $350Million equity financing from a group of investors recently, Helios Towers, a Nigerian co-location, tower outsourcing and management company, may be on its way to unifying African telecom operations, replicating the type of infrastructure sharing services rendered in Nigeria to other African countries.Read More
PAN-African NGO for the development of telecom in Africa, Africa Telecom Development Initiative, ATDI, has commended the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC for its revolutionary advocacy for the protection of telecom consumers in the country through the monthly telecom consumer parliament .Read More
THE epileptic electricity supply in the country and its accompanying erratic voltage is not friendly with mobile phones. At least it has resulted in the damage of countless mobile phones, chargers, among other appliances and this is getting industry practitioners on their toes.Read More
Vice President Goodluck Jonathan was upbeat with the renewed sale of Nitel when some journalists approached him sometime early this year in Manhattan, New York, at an Investorsâ€™ Forum organised by BNP Paribas Consortium, the transaction advisers in NITEL privatisation, at the instance of the National Council on Privatisation.Read More