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 (L-r): Ezekiel Egboye, coordinator, Equipment Dealers; Olusola Teniola, president and Anthony Nwosu, first vice president, ATCON, during the Association’s AGM meeting held in Lagos at the weekend.

ATCON Seeks Immediate Removal of IT/Telecoms Equipments from 41 Restricted Items

The Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) over the weekend called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to review the foreign exchange restriction

Operators Identify Ways to Fast-track Broadband Penetration

Telecommunications operators in the country have identified areas government through the sector’s regulator Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) need to focus on to

Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, executive vice chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).

NCC Mulls Sanctions against Illegal Spectrum Users

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has ordered telecoms companies illegally using certain spectrum, issuing them with a 14-day ultimatum to quit such spectrum or

BEEC Felicitates with NCC, Danbatta over BPSR Rating

Business Education Examinations Council (BEEC) has congratulated the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on the recent platinum rating the regulatory body received

7 Simple Tips to Become a Smartphone Typing Guru

When you see some persons typing with their smartphone, they are very slow. Their slowness can be compared with that of a snail. Meanwhile, there are others, you see

IHS Launches Vendor Upskill Pilot Programme in Nigeria

IHS Holding Limited (“IHS”), the largest mobile telecommunications infrastructure provider in Africa, Europe and the Middle East, announces the launch of a bespoke

GSMA Puts Spotlight on Mobile for Girls in ICT Day

The GSMA today celebrated the annual ITU Girls in ICT Day with students from The Bridge Academy in Hackney, highlighting the exciting learning and career opportunities

Work Begins on Cable System Connecting Africa with Americas

A marine survey has been completed for the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS), meaning work can begin on the system that will connect the west coast of Africa with the

 (L-r): Ian Abrahams, CEO, RenMoney; Tayo Ogundipe, CEO, SOLO Nigeria Limited, and Wole Abu, vice president, Indirect Sales, Airtel Nigeria, during the launch of Airtel SOLO Aspire M in partnership with SOLO Limited and RenMoney in Lagos on Wednesday.

Airtel, Renmoney Offer Nigerians Easy Way to Own SOLO Aspire M

Airtel Nigeria, SOLO and RenMoney have partnered to offer telecoms consumers across the country an opportunity to own premium, quality Smartphones for free, without

We need 80,000 Base Stations for Smart Nigeria- Danbatta

Nigeria needs at least 70,000 to 80,000 telecommunication base stations to actualize her dream of joining the club of countries working toward making Internet of Things

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