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Microsoft combats cybercrime in Nigeria

Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN) and Microsoft have partnered to educate the country's youth on cybercrime and to provide opportunities for them to use their computer skills positively. The Internet Safety, Security and Privacy Initiative for Nigeria (ISSPIN) is a...

Etisalat targets $10 monthly revenue from Nigerian subscribers

Etisalat, Nigeria’s fifth GSM operator, estimates it will make a monthly average revenue per user (ARPU) of about 10 dollars from its Nigeria operations which kick off commercially next week. Mohammad Omran, Etisalat Group’s chairman, gave the projection while speaking...

Nigeria has achieved 80% phone penetration

After a critical appraisal of telecommunications and ICT infrastructure penetration among the Nigerian population and geography in the past eight years, the Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive of the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Engr. Ernest Ndukwe, last weekend...

Zain offers Nigerians 63% reduction on intenational calls

Zain Nigeria has introduced a new Super Off peak and weekend International Call Offer that will help its customers save up to 63% on international call rate. Under the terms of the Offer, Zain Customers will pay only N12 per...

Zain links Nigeria’s low income earners

Leading Nigeria mobile operator, Zain, is offering South South Region residents particularly students, travellers and those who live and work in places where access to traditional mobile phone is restricted, an opportunity to communicate with the launch of Fixed...

Vodacom’s CEO retires, says Nigeria was his greatest challenge

Alan Knott-Craig, the CEO of Vodacom South Africa has retired and has handed over to Pieter Uys, Chief Operating Officer of the mobile company. He disengaged fully on September 30, expressing his feelings that the Nigerian telecom market was...

Ericsson’s Innovation Centre to target rural populace in Africa

Ericsson is set to open an Innovation Centre in sub-Saharan Africa, with three hubs in Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya. The centre will be used to develop mobile applications that will benefit the continent with a special empahsis on the...

Nigeria assumes telecoms giant status in Africa & Middle East

Its official, Nigeria has become the largest telecommunications market in Africa and Middle East. The West African nation ended the 1st quarter with 51,7 million mobile connections by the end of August the country hit 55 million subscriber mark,...

ICT key aid for democracy and development

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a means to achieving development and democracy, through supporting political, economic and social transformation, the Commonwealth Director of Legal Affairs told delegates at the Sixth Commonwealth ICT Summit in Abuja, Nigeria yesterday. Betty Mould-Iddrisu...

African countries to be cautious over telecom infrastructure privatisation

African countries attending the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation Summit in Nigeria have been urged to exercise discretion while privatising their telecommunication infrastructure. According to The Punch the advice was given by Chief Executive Officer of the organisation, Dr....
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