Who is afraid of SIM card registration?
Insecurity threatening over $80b investment in telecom sector
Mimoko, Oni to grace OAU Alumni Award
How Swift networks restores full internet services to customers
FG to sell Nitel in pieces
EMR: Experts give clean bill to mobile phones, base stations
Nigerian Regulator begins campaign for Fibre without Borders
GSM@8 : Weâ€™ll sustain FDI in telecom – Ndukwe
Eminent Nigerians drum support for ICT
Nokia Navigation service gets boost with Nokia 6710 Navigator
Etisalat gives 47 students scholarship, launches in P/H
MTN launches HyConnect Wireless Internet service
Samsung Jet makes global debut
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Telecom business challenges in Nigeria are surmountableâ€” Helios Towers boss
By Prince Osuagwu AS infrastructure sharrng is fast becoming the preferred option to multiplicity of telecom infrastructure and an antidote to unhealthy competitive practices of telecom operators that hamper environmental friendliness, telecom infrastructure sharing equipment providers in the country are having their hey days. But that is not also without challenges. So, surrounded by a […]
SAT3 cable cut: 70% internet Capacity threatened, MTN, Suburban count losses
LAST week Monday,Nigeriaâ€™s SAT3 submarine cable system, had a default on one of its landing cables linking the Benin Republic and up till now, about 70 percent of Nigeriaâ€™s internet capacity is said to be still hanging on the balance .
Porter worries overNigeriaâ€™s poverty
PERHAPS, not so many people would have known that Nigeria ranks poorly in the 2009 Global Competitiveness Rankings of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness of the Harvard University, United States. But the arrival of worldâ€™s renowned business strategist and revered scholar at Harvard Business School, Professor Michael Porter penultimate week, at a seminar sponsored by MTN Nigeria to discuss Nigeriaâ€™s economy, threw more light into the survey.
Nokia, CPC to tackle substandard e-products in Nigeria
THE worldâ€™â€™s leading maker of mobile devices in, Nokia, in collaboration with the Consumer Protection Council (CPC), the apex consumer protection agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria, have teamed up to address issues relating to the physical safety and economic interest of Nigerians consuming electronic produce flooding the market from the international market.In a capacity building event held last week that brought together stakeholders in the electrical/electronic sub-sector at the Alaba International market, participants at the event noted that there was need to tackle the incidence of fake products as well as sub-standard e- goods flooding the Nigerian market.
Ndukwe leads 9 other OAU alumni for awards on advancing ICT in Nigeria
Quite coincidentally the ICT industry today is replete with past products of the Obafemi Awolowo University OAU. Chief among them is the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, Engr Ernest Ndukwe, whose NCC has been repeatedly regarded as the change agent in the telecommunications history of Nigeria.
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