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Nigeria: MTN to provide alternative electricity to customers

Pan-African mobile operator MTN and Nova-Lumos, a distributed utility provider, are collaborating on a next-generation alternative "mobile electricity" service. The Nova-Lumos service will provide alternative electricity to MTN customers who are living in rural areas across Nigeria and are...

MTN Nigeria’s latest deal to strengthen network

In what is described as a new phase of development for its operation in Nigeria, mobile network operator MTN has signed a managed services contract this week with telecommunication service providers Ericsson and Huawei. Terms of the contract were covered...

Ericsson helps MTN Ghana increase data usage

Ghana, situated on the west coast of Africa, has a population of approximately 25 million and over half its inhabitants live in urban areas. In 2012, mobile penetration reached 100 percent and it is expected that strong uptake of...

Ghana growing in technological strength

As is the case with many of its neighbours, Ghana’s ICT industry has experienced its fair share of turbulence. It has impacted on the development of the sector and also affected operators.   For example, there has been recent and extensive...

MTN Ghana linking up with WACS

MTN Ghana CEO Michael Ikpoki has announced his company's decision to link up with the West Africa Cable System (WACS) by April this year. MTN guarantees this measure will provide broadband services at required speeds to its subscribers across Africa. Ikpoki...

MTN shuffles executives in WECA region

Mr Ahmed Faroukh has been appointed as MTN Group's Vice President (VP) of the West and Central Africa (WECA) region. This change in leadership was announced by the Group in a press statement issued in Accra this week. Faroukh has...
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Enhancing IoT Security with a Cyber Immune Solution

Internet of Things (IoT) devices, ranging from wearables to smart home appliances, are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals for...
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