Netflix Arrives Nigeria – Quick Facts

3 Subscription plans available US$7.99/US$9.99/$11.99 per month. Details here . GT Bank rate is about N270 for US$1 New subscribers get one month free viewing. BUT you are required to provide your card details to sign up. Automatic debit occurs after 30 days – unles you cancel before then. 4 Streaming formats available; LOW, SD, HD and Ultra… Read more Netflix Arrives Nigeria – Quick Facts

Cobranet Reviews Its Data Plans, More GB For Your Money!

With N6,500 monthly, I now get 9Gb data allocation from Cobranet for my “Home Bronze” subscription, up from 7Gb. Even better deals are available on other monthly and time based plans. Details available on their Facebook page or website. Extra value added to this offer include; The option to rollover to the next month unused… Read more Cobranet Reviews Its Data Plans, More GB For Your Money!

Airtel Nigeria completes LTE trial In Lagos?

News coming in suggests that Airtel Nigeria has successfully completed LTE trials in Lagos. Long Term Evolution (LTE), widely accepted as the true 4G, is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. Download speed, under ideal conditions was 37 Megabits per Second (Mbps), while under non ideal conditions, was… Read more Airtel Nigeria completes LTE trial In Lagos?

Are Nigerian Mobile Networks Heading For Financial Crisis?

Recently, one of Nigeria’s four GSM Service Providers, Etisalat Nigeria, rolled out a unique bundle offering  called EasyFlex. In this offering, you get to choose a bundle comprising of Short Messaging Service (SMS), voice and data services. For N1000, one of the plans offer you 100 minutes of talk time to any local network, 100… Read more Are Nigerian Mobile Networks Heading For Financial Crisis?

Poor Service Quality – Why NCC Got it Wrong

Recently, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) in a public statement warned MTN, Globacom and Airtel that it would stop them from selling Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards by the end of this month if they fail to improve the quality of service (QoS) on their mobile networks. The telecommunications regulator who issued the operators a… Read more Poor Service Quality – Why NCC Got it Wrong

Glo With Pride?!

I guess it is no longer news that Nigeria’s home brewed mobile network company, Globacom, has been having serious issues delivering on its obligations. Going on 72 hours now, its mobile internet services has been down, a reflection of the epileptic services it has been offering for the best part of this year. This is,… Read more Glo With Pride?!