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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) […]

Right of way: ATCON wants more states to adopt uniform pricing like Ekiti, Imo

MTN Group: Why we clicked African broaband pact with Liquid Telecom

MTN Group, the South African mobile telephony giant, says it closed a broadband deal with Liquid Telecom to offer access to the largest fixed and wireless footprint on the African communications landscape including Nigeria. The partnership spreads across wholesale, carrier-to-carrier, high speed broadband, enterprise and fixed data services offerings of the two companies. Under the […]

Right of way: ATCON wants more states to adopt uniform pricing like Ekiti, Imo

Facebook: MTN Nigeria hits 3 million fans mark, retains lead

MTN Nigeria, the biggest mobile phone company in Nigeria, has crossed the three million followers mark on Facebook, the largest social media platform in the country. A Technology Times review shows that the Nigerian subsidiary of the South African company attained this feat over the last weekend, to retain its position as the most-liked mobile operator […]

Right of way: ATCON wants more states to adopt uniform pricing like Ekiti, Imo

MTN CEO at TECH+: ICT sector can power Nigeria’s economic growth

Mr Micheal Ikpoki, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Nigeria today told attendees at TECH+ Conferences and Expo in Lagos that the information and communication technology (ICT) sector can power the nation’s drive to become a major global economic power. Ikpoki, the MTN Nigeria CEO, the largest mobile telephony company in the country says that […]

Right of way: ATCON wants more states to adopt uniform pricing like Ekiti, Imo