Telecom

Airtel Plans Exclusive VVIP for Touching Lives Season 3 Premiere

Airtel Nigeria, leading telecommunications services provider, will hold an exclusive VVIP event on Saturday, February 4, to premiere the third edition of its CSR

WTL Says VoLTE Will Improve Voice Traffic Growth

Despite the increasing takeover of calling and Short Message Service by over-the-top players, or apps, such as WhatsApp and Skype eating deep into voice revenue of

5 Things You Should Never Do On Someone Else's Phone

There are some situations where you find yourself using the phone of a friend, colleague or your significant other. For some people, this may be very uncomfortable

Stakeholders Seek Clear Local Content Policy in Telecom Sector

Stakeholders in the telecommunications sector have frowned at the absence of clear local content policy in the industry which has resulted in massive loss of jobs meant

4 Ways to Manage a Cracked iPhone Screen

Despite the recession and how expensive the iPhone is, a majority of people in Nigeria still buy and use the product. Most of these owners, however, are from time to

5 Reasons Your Smartphone Battery Will Always be Low

Smartphone batteries have been reinforced over the years to last longer with lithium batteries. Notwithstanding, there are some phones whose batteries drain within a few

Shittu Inaugurates NCC Board, Charges Them on Quality of Service

Worried by the downward slide in oil revenue in the international market, attention has been shifted to non-oil revenue to sustain the National economy, according to,

SON Arrests Two, Vindicates ATCON on Fake Phones Alarm

Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), working with the law enforcement agencies recently arrested two Chinese nationals over increasing complaints about fake and

NSA Intervenes to Protect Telecom Infrastructure

National Security Adviser (NSA) has intervened by issuing a directive to state governors to advice their revenue agencies to stop closure of telecommunications base

New Nokia Android Smartphone 'Nokia 6' Revealed ‎

HMD Global has officially announced‎ the first Android-powered smartphone to carry the Nokia name. The Nokia 6 features 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of on-board storage alongside

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