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NCC Moves to Tackle vandalization of Telecom infrastructure

The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) has resolved to collaborate with the various security agencies in addressing incessant vandalization and theft of

Altimo Expresses Interest in Nitel

Russia's Altimo has indicated interest in taking a stake in Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (Nitel). Mr Alexey Kousmichoff, Altimo's chief executive officer, last

Glo Slashes Call Tariff by 50 Percent

Nigeria’s National Carrier and Africa’s fastest growing telecommunication network, Globacom, has introduced a special package for Nigeria’s small-scale business

Intel Restates Commitment to Nigeria

Intel has further emphasized the company’s commitment to Nigeria and Africa with its World Ahead Programme during an address to the media executives by Devan Naidoo,

CWG Receives U.S. Commercial Service Award

Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) was presented with an Award in recognition of her participation in the International Buyer Programme and volume imports from the United

Ime Umoh, managing director, Hewlett Packard Nigeria

OEMs Lose $640 Bn to Grey Market Operators

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have a major headache and that is grey market which has eroded from them both price and brand image through unofficial,

Stock Market Drives Demand for Post Office Boxes

Clear excitement in the stock market has buoyed demand for post office boxes, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek investigations can now reveal. It is now a common sight to see

Harris Stratex Stirs Revolution with “Disruptive Tech”, WiMAX

Harris Stratex Networks, the largest independent supplier of wireless transmission systems in the world has unwrapped WiMAX, data infrastructure and a "disruptive

Glo Offers Flexible Hi-Speed Internet Packages

National telecoms operator, Globacom, has introduced new hi-speed internet packages which offer highly flexible usage options for subscribers on its 3G Plus HSDPA

NCC Warns Telecom Operators on Compliance

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), today urged telecommunications operators to comply with the terms and conditions of their licenses and stop further breach

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