Save Money With Lumos Mobile Electricity Powered By MTN

Save money on your monthly electricity bills with Lumos Mobile Electricity and enjoy access to noise-free and fume-free electricity for your everyday use and conveniently pay with your airtime from an MTN line. MTN in partnership with Lumos and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) are helping millions of households and business across Nigeria save… Read more Save Money With Lumos Mobile Electricity Powered By MTN

Nigeria: 37 Nigerian ISPs Share 390,794 Subscribers

Statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) have shown that 37 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the country provide services for 390, 794 subscribers. This excludes the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) including MTN, Globacom, Airtel and Etisalat, which also provide Internet services. The MNOs are able to provide Internet […] Click here to view original… Read more Nigeria: 37 Nigerian ISPs Share 390,794 Subscribers

Nigeria: Once Upon Time, When the Networks arrived

The mobile phone got into Nigeria officially in 2001 and along with it came two private telecommunications network namely, MTN and Econet, now known as Airtel. The advent of this private network led to the folding up of indigenous telecommunications like Nitel (Land Phones that’s what we called it) […] Click here to view original… Read more Nigeria: Once Upon Time, When the Networks arrived

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?