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Nigeria will deliver telecoms returns as 80% of mobile subscribers expected in Developing nations by 2017

By Technology Times Staff Reporter Lagos. March 10, 2013: Over the next five years, the worldwide base of mobile subscriptions will rise to 8.9 billion, and four out of five of these will be in developing countries according to a new forecast that the Nigerian telecoms market will continue to deliver excellent returns to investors. […]

MTN Nigeria data protection shifts into top gear, incoming CEO says

Etisalat Nigeria to offer Wi-Fi roaming service for travellers amid deal with iPass

  By Technology Times Staff Reporter Lagos. November 4, 2012: Etisalat Nigeria plans to unveil a Wi-Fi data roaming service that will enable its subscribers who travel abroad to connect their smartphones and tablets to millions of Wi-Fi hotspots following a deal with U.S.-based iPass. Etisalat Group, the Middle East’s largest telecoms operator with over […]

FiberOne wins Broadband award at NITA

Digitronics CEO says broadband needed to boost telemedicine in Nigeria

  By Olubunmi Adeniyi Lagos. November 3, 2012: A combination of targeted policies and public-private partnerships should be encouraged to facilitate the deployment of broadband to unserved and underserved areas of the country to boost telemedicine. O.N. Okike, MD/CEO, Digitronics Ltd, gave the advice this week at the Software Conference and Competition organised by the […]

MTN Nigeria data protection shifts into top gear, incoming CEO says

Juwah: New NCC strategy for developing broadband infrastructure in Nigeria

EUGENE JUWAH Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission The growth of the telecommunications sector in Nigeria and indeed in sub-sahara Africa in the last ten years has been impressive. In Nigeria for example, tele-density has risen from 0.44% (about 400 thousand active lines) in 2001 to 72% (just over 100 million active) in 2012. This […]

MTN Nigeria data protection shifts into top gear, incoming CEO says