Court Declares Unsolicited Messages as Violation of Subscriber’s Right

Granting unknown persons and organisations access to a subscriber’s telephone line by MTN for the purpose of sending unsolicited messages to the line is a violation of

Broadband Penetration’ll Drive Nigeria’s Economic Development- Spectranet Boss

Mr. David Venn, chief executive officer of Spectranet, affordable internet for the home and office, has identified improved broadband penetration as a catalyst for

NCC: Yabatech Hosts Consumer Conversation

Students, staff and members of Yaba College of Technology community recently enthusiastically received the team from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), to the

Olusola Teniola, president, ATCON

ATCON Says Increased Broadband Helps Banking Grow Customers by 23%

One of the sectors that Broadband has impacted is the banking sector as the sector can now boast of 23% bank account penetration, said Olusola Teniola, president,

FG, MTN in Court over Mast Installation in Niger

A Federal High Court sitting in Minna, Niger State, is currently hearing a case of illegal installation of mast instituted by the office of the Attorney-General of the

28% Chat App Users Receive Unsolicited SMS

Fraudsters are taking advantage of the personalized nature of Short Message System (SMS) to unleash pains on users, especially chat apps, a new report has confirmed.

6 Reasons Not to Use Your Phone in Bed at Night

  Many people now sleep with their phones in bed at night. This is an obvious sign of phone addiction that they dream about their devices. Unbelievable but true. This is

TCCF: Rack Centre Expects Increased Hosting Demands

Rack Centre, the Sub Sahara Africa’s premium data centre and colocation services provider has declared it’s preparedness to accommodate more customers to its facilities

Windows Phone 2017 Volumes to Decline 80.9%- Report

As worldwide smartphone shipments are expected to rebound slightly in 2017 with expected growth of 3.0% over the previous year, it is all bad news for Windows Phone as

Telcos Cry to NCC, Say We Are Dying

Broadband companies- Tier II telecoms operators have urged the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to save the industry from imminent collapse. They also warned