Telecoms Sector Soars, Adds N1.398Trillion to GDP in Q3 2016

With a contribution of nearly N1.4 Trillion (1.11 percent growth in the real term) to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the third quarter of 2016, the

5 Ways Your Smartphone Can Enhance Your Productive

Smartphones are an essential feature of our lives in today’s digital world. However, many people deploy it to social media and simply checking their emails. But there

NCC Plans to Extend Telecoms Services to 40m Nigerians in 2017

Prof. Umar Dambatta, Executive Vice Chairman of Nigerian Communications Commission, (NCC), has said that provisions have been made in its 2017 budget to extend

Glo Offers Subscribers 11k Tariffs for Local, International calls

Globacom has said that the quest to give its subscribers more talk time to communicate with family, friends and business associates locally and internationally, prompted

Nigeria Retains Largest Mobile Market in Africa - Ovum

Nigeria has retained the position of the largest mobile market in Africa in terms of subscriptions, with 150.22 million mobile subscriptions at end-2Q 2016, up from 147.

Used Smartphones Market to Grow to 222.6m Units by 2020 - IDC

The market for used smartphones will grow from 81.3 million devices in 2015 to 222.6 million units in 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate of 22.3%. This is

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

Preregistered Sim Cards are Clear and Present Danger – NCC

Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC), has urged consumers and members of the public to alert security agencies if they come across any individual engaging in the sale

Reps Approve N70.6Bn For NCC In 2016 Budget

The House of Representative on Tuesday approved a budget of ₦70,672,492,000.00 for the Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC) for 2016, as it passed “the Nigerian

Investments in Telecoms Hit $68Bn in Nigeria

Despite what looks like economic downturn, investments in the fast growing telecommunications sector have been put at $68b as at July, 2016. Of this figure, $35 billion

Singapore Eyes Investment in Nigeria’s Telecom, Others

Singapore Investment Corporation (SIC) has embarked on fact finding mission to Nigeria with interest in vast areas of investment opportunities in the country, especially