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Etisalat’s Easy Starter Tickles Subscribers

Eager subscribers have continued to throng Etisalat Nigeria designated centers to redeem their reserved numbers and take advantage of its unique service offerings. This

Nigeria Spent N74 billion on ICT

Mr. A. M. Lawal, acting executive director of Nigeria Export promotion council said that government has spent over N74 billion ($560m) so far on Information and

MTN Project Fame Academy Stars Thrill Unilag Students

Students of the University of Lagos, last week at Akoka Campus were entertained by the four  aspiring music stars on probation  during the week in the popular TV reality

Ndukwe Wins Unique Innovator Award

Engr. Ernest Ndukwe, executive vice chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) recently in Lagos, received a special award from Vivante Media Group led by

Siemens Pan Africa Profile Awards Open for 2009 Competition

The 2009 Siemens Africa Profile Awards competition has opened for entries, seeking to honour African journalists excelling in science and technology journalism. The

Nigeria Computer Society Announces Nitex

The Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), the umbrella body of all Information Technology (IT) professionals in Nigeria has announced the first Nigeria Information Technology

Sokoto Govt. Implements OLPC Project

The Sokoto State Government is set to implement the ‘One Laptop Per Child’ (OLPC) project through its Ministry of Education and Ministry of Information and Communication

ChamsCity to Establish World's Biggest Cyber Centre

ChamsCity, a subsidiary of Chams Plc has set up what is envisaged to be the largest cyber centre in the world. The centre, located in Lagos is one of the numerous

NCC Cedes Internet Facility at Federal Secretariat to Galaxy Backbone

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) last week in Abuja, ceded a multimillion naira Internet project installed at the Federal Secretariat, Abuja, to Galaxy

Globacom, Others Race to Buy Nitel/Mtel

Globacom Limited, Nigeria's second national carrier and reputed as Africa's fastest growing telecommunications network has expressed interest in 51 percent equity of

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