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MainOne CEO asks Nigerian businesses to ‘disrupt’

Funke Opeke, CEO of MainOne, has asked Nigerian businesses to embrace disruptive technology to weather the nation’s economic downturn. The MainOne CEO said this in Lagos when the tech company, for the first time in Nigeria, showcased Microsoft HoloLens, the world’s first self-contained holographic computer running Windows 10 at MainOne’s Nerds Unite 2017 event. Opeke also said the […]

It’s official! MTN ‘reviews’ Nigeria mobile customers

Nigeria heads ITU radio council

Nigeria has become the first African country to head the World Radio Communications (WRC) Council, an arm of the 150 year old International Telecommunications Union (ITU). Engr. Festus Daudu, Director Spectrum Administration at the Federal Ministry of Communications Technology, is the Nigerian who chairs the ITU’s World Radio Communications Council. Daudu in his inaugural speech […]

It’s official! MTN ‘reviews’ Nigeria mobile customers

Unprecedented: Watchdog imposes N1.4 trillion fine on MTN Nigeria

Professor Umar Danbatta, the new chief of Nigeria’s telecoms industry watchdog, has approved punitive sanctions totaling one trillion and forty billion naira (N1.04 trillion) against MTN Nigeria, over alleged breach of SIM registration rules by the mobile phone company, Technology Times has authoritatively confirmed. Technology Times checks reveal exclusively that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) […]

President Buhari’s secret war on free speech 

Analysis: Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015: What are the issues?

TOYIN OGUNSEINDE, Nigeria technology industry analystattended the Technology Times Outlook Review of Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015, and recaps the salient issues across stakeholders at the technology thought leadership series.    What exactly constitute a cybercrime? Who manages the “alternate taxation” running into millions of naira aggregated by the Cybercrime Security Fund established under the Nigeria […]

President Buhari’s secret war on free speech 

Frost & Sullivan’s recognition for MainOne unit

MainOne’s data centre business unit, MDX-I, has been recognised with the 2015 Nigerian Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Leadership. Frost & Sullivan says the MainOne unit is being recognised for offering superior customer value to drive the growth of a digital economy across West Africa. MainOne commenced operations in 2010 with an undersea […]

It’s official! MTN ‘reviews’ Nigeria mobile customers