NCC Talks Tough on QoS, Pleads for Forex for Telcos

Worried by the degenerating Quality of Service (QoS) provided by Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and other service providers, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC

NCC Puts Consumers First in New Campaign

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said that it will flag off a strategic campaign soon, aimed at empowering and protecting the consumers of telecommunications

Millicom, Airtel Unite in New Operation

Millicom International Cellular S.A. (Millicom) and Bharti Airtel Limited (Airtel) have announced an agreement for Tigo Ghana Limited and Airtel Ghana Limited to combine

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

Regulatory Excellence Responsible for Nigeria’s Telecom Success – Danbatta

Professor Umar Garba Danbatta, executive vice chairman/CEO, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has in Barcelona Spain, told the global telecom community that

 (L-r): Ayodeji Ogunmola, head training and Development, Fero Devices; Kunal Bhardwaj, business head, Nigeria and Emerging Markets, Fero Devices; Phiroze Seth, director, Midcom Group; Satbir Singh Chhabra, Executive Director,Trident Marketing Ltd and Ritesh Khanna, National Sales Manager, Fero Devices at the media launch of the Fero Devices in Lagos held at Sheraton Hotel Ikeja Lagos on Friday.

Fero Mobile Unveils Brand in Nigeria, Unwraps Two New Devices

Fero Mobile, the newest entrant into the Nigerian mobile phone market has made a bold statement of intent with the launch of two new smart devices in Lagos. The devices

5 Ways to Keep Your Smartphone ‘New’ Always

After buying a new smartphone, there will be no complaints because it is in a perfect condition and working fine. However, when the excitement of buying a smartphone

MTN Dismisses Illegal Money Repatriation Charges

Phutuma Nhleko, MTN group chairman, said on Thursday that accusations that Africa's biggest mobile operator had moved funds illegally out of Nigeria had no basis. MTN is

MTN Keeps Dividend Flowing after First Loss in 20 Years

Africa's biggest mobile phone operator MTN Group promised to pay a dividend in 2017 on Thursday, sending its shares surging as investors shrugged off a loss that

Militants Threaten to Bomb MTN, Others over Xenophobic Attacks

A coalition of Niger Delta militants, on Wednesday, threatened to blow up south African owned businesses including: Multichoice, owner of DSTV; MTN, Shoprite and 16

OSFON Counsels Telcos on Blocking OTT

The Open Source Foundation for Nigeria (OSFON) has counselled the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) in the country to look elsewhere in effort to balance their books,