Telecom

Samsung Unveil another Batch of Real Dreams Project Graduates

Samsung Real Dreams, a training programme sponsored by Samsung Electronics through the International Youth Foundation (IYF) and in collaboration with the School of Media

NUJ Honours Starcomms with Corporate Excellence Award

Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Federal Capital Territory council of last week bestowed on Starcomms Plc an award for corporate excellence. The award was part of the

Glo Launches Frenszo Voice Chat

Globacom has introduced a new phone chat service named ‘Frenszo Voice Chat’, designed as an exclusive social networking service for Glo subscribers. The service enables

How Telecom Fared in the Out Going Year

Nigeria telecommunications sector in the out going year was felt with mixed given. The sector which has been adjudged the fastest growing in Africa, witnessed low level

GSM operators’ End of Year Promos and Quality of Service Issues

One of the different ways that businesses woo customers to patronize their products or services is sales promotions. Succinctly put; a sales promotion is an activity

CBC Moves to Provide Alternative Energy for Telcos, Others

The CBC Energy, a subsidiary of CBC Emea with its headquarters in Nigeria, is partnering with PowerOasis, the leading provider of turnkey power solutions for mobile base

Nitel to Borrow N3Bn from Pension to Pay Salary Arrears

The National Council on Privatisation  has  approved that N3 billion be borrowed from the accounts of Nitel Pension Fund in Liquidation to pay five months salary of

Three Execs Join Starcomms top Rank

Starcomms Plc, Nigeria’s largest 3G CDMA operators has announced the appointment of three senior management staff. The new staff are Mrs. Charlotte Courtenay chief

Visafone Unveils Christmas Bumper for Subscribers

Leading Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) player, Visafone has unveiled Christmas Bumper benefit for its subscribers. The offer allows subscribers who purchase and

Nitel Privatisation: Guiding against Previous Mistakes

The inability of Bureau for Public Enterprise (BPE) to conclude the sale of Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (Nitel) within the 60 days as directed by Vice president

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