Telecom

Atcon Berate Stakeholders on Telecom Awards

The Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (Atcon) has expressed displeasure over the flagrant abuse of "Nigeria Telecom/ICT Awards" even by

Ndukwe Bags Icon of Nigerian Telecom Revolution Award

Engr. Ernest Ndukwe, executive vice chairman and chief executive of the Nigerian Communications Commission, (NCC) has won the Icon of the Nigerian Telecom Revolution

Visafone launches CSR initiative

Visafone has launched its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative by presentation of over 200 protective helmets and reflective jackets to Okada riders drawn

Globacom 5th Anniversary: Building Africa’s Biggest Network

Precisely Friday, August, 29th Globacom will be celebrating five years of its operation as a telecommunications company in the country. Globacom, Nigeria’s Second

Zain Employs 8,000 Staff to Protect its Base Stations

Zain Nigeria says that it is now running back up power generators in the bulk of its 3,600 base stations in the country due to continuing problems with the national

ZoomMobile Builds ICT Center for Anambra State University

Zoom Mobile Nigeria Limited an indigenous telecommunication outfit has promised to build and equip an ultra modern Information and Communication Center ( ICT Center )

Nokia Launches Devices, Solution for Emerging Markets

Nokia has launched 4 new devices that it says accelerates the company's leadership in emerging markets. These include the Nokia 5000, Nokia 2680 slide, Nokia 7070 prism

As Nigeria Celebrates Seven Years of GSM

This month of August marks seven years since the country began the liberalization of telecommunications industry through adoption of Global System for Mobile

Celtel to Zain, Unification Rebranding

The recent rebranding of Celtel Nigeria to Zain may be viewed by many as one too many having changed name about four times. The company began operation as operator of

Globacom Rolls out in more Rural Areas

In continuation of its commitment to making telephony services more accessible to Nigerians, Africa’s fastest growing telecommunications network, Globacom, has rolled

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