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Regulators step up process to close 9mobile sale

egulators have stepped up plans to close the ongoing sale of 9mobile, raising hopes for the fortune of the fourth largest mobile phone company by subscriber base in Nigeria. Technology Times learnt that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) that regulates the telecoms industry has opened talks with Teleology Holding Limited that emerged preferred bidder for […]

Nigeria’s undersea cables boosted banks’ exports by 7.8%, report says

9Mobile | Lawmaker threatens to halt sales deal

Saheed Akinade-Fijabi, Chairman, House Committee on Telecommunications, has threatened that the House of Representatives may be forced to stop the ongoing sale of 9Mobile to Teleology Holdings. He disclosed this while reacting to petitions and concerns raised by government regulatory agencies, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), for telecoms and Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), for banking […]

5G: MTN, Ericsson win award as CEO calls for speedy rollout in wake of COVID-19

Flashback | When Belo-Osagie admits ‘MTN cannot be beaten in Nigeria’

Hakeem Belo-Osagie, ex-Chairman of Etisalat Nigeria, now called 9Mobile once admitted it will be difficult for any operator to overtake MTN Nigeria, the biggest mobile operator in the country. 9Mobile formerly called Etisalat Nigeria is the mobile phone company that Belo-Osagie founded and later grew to become the fourth largest in the country but has […]

Nigeria’s undersea cables boosted banks’ exports by 7.8%, report says

Etisalat Nigeria Debt | Mudadala, Etisalat of UAE ‘have not pulled out’

Etisalat Nigeria has told Technology Times that Mubadala Development Company and Etisalat, two of its shareholders from United Arab Emirates (UAE), have not opted out of debt renegotiation with creditors of the mobile phone company in Nigeria. Ibrahim Dikko, Vice President, Regulatory & Corporate Affairs, Etisalat Nigeria told Technology Times that the foreign partners are […]

Nigeria’s undersea cables boosted banks’ exports by 7.8%, report says