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#TechPlus2016: Only 14% Nigerians have broadband Internet access, A4AI says

Only 14% of Nigerians are connected to broadband Internet, a survey report released at #TechPlus2016 in Lagos by the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) has shown. Dr Ernest Ndukwe, National Co-ordination of A4AI, who disclose this weekend at #TechPlus2016 says Nigeria is ranked the highest user of Internet in Africa but only 14% of its population have access […]

4G: Nigeria’s towers and optical fibre assets rise, NCC says

IPNX GMD believes ‘SABI’ can now boost broadband in Nigeria

Mr. Ejovi Aror, the Group Managing Director at ipNX Nigeria Limited has told Technology Times that the Federal Government should try out the State Accelerated Broadband Initiative (SABI), a now rested government programme, to spread high-speed Internet service across the country. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), a few years ago initiated several programmes including the […]

ATCON President on NIN SIM integration and related issues

NTEL launches with promises to deepen broadband in Nigeria

Mr  Kamar Abbas, Managing Director of Ntel, the new telecoms brand rising from the liquidated Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) says its Nigerian telecoms market rebound rings hope for deeper broadband penetration in the country. Ntel, Nigeria’s 5th mobile network operator, today launched commercial service of  an advanced mobile network hedging its bet on its triple services of […]

4G: Nigeria’s towers and optical fibre assets rise, NCC says

Bitflux, Nigeria’s wholesale broadband provider plans ‘advanced’ 4G LTE in 3 cities

Bitflux Communications plans to launch advanced 4G LTE services in three major Nigerian cities in a move the new entrant wholesale wireless broadband service provider says will offer faster Internet connections than what is available in the country, Technology Times has learnt. [su_quote]According to BitFlux, “the most optimistic speed for normal 4G is 100Mbps, although […]

4G: Nigeria’s towers and optical fibre assets rise, NCC says