By Ken Nwogbo Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has blamed SIM Box operators for persistent incidence of call masking in telecommunications system. Call masking is a practice in which callers hide their true numbers when making calls, especially international calls, in order to evade the international call rates. Mr. Efose Idehen, head, Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement,… Read more Nigeria: Call Masking – NCC Makes U-Turn, Blames SIM Box Operators
April 20, 2018 • Online & Social, Top Stories, West Africa Music + streaming service Nigeria lands deal with Sony Music Music streaming service of telecommunications operator MTN, has entered into a partnership with Sony Music Entertainment to distribute on its platform in the Federal… Source link
It has been nearly a decade since Konga and its peers began Nigeria’s e-commerce boom. A lot happens in ten years though; this year, Zinox group bought a struggling Konga for a reported $10 million as a precursor to a merger with Yudala. Within that period, how has the e-commerce economy fared? BYOI – Bring Your Own… Read more The many pitfalls of e-commerce in Nigeria
Mobile Money as a financial product is inherently a fast moving consumer good, which Nigerian banks are ill-equipped to market and promote, Andrew Morton posits Financial Inclusion remains a big Nigerian problem. Indeed for an economy that is unarguably the biggest on the continent it is an indictment of sorts on the country that it… Read more Why Mobile Money Has Failed in Nigeria
Ever used a smartphone with 1GB of RAM and say 8GB of storage? Then you’d understand the struggle with RAM and storage management. Google understands the challenges hence the reason for applications like Files Go and YouTube Go, but they are not stopping at that! Today, Google officially launched Google Go into the Nigeria market —an… Read more Slow Internet? No Problem! Google Officially Launches Google Go in Nigeria to beat Slow Internet Speed.
Infinix just beat Tecno in the Snapdragon race, especially in Nigeria! Before now, the company had launched a Snapdragon device — the Hot 3 LTE, but the Snapdragon variant wasn’t readily available in Nigieria. Now, in comes the S3: The first Snapdragon device from Infinix for the Nigerian market. INFINIX HOT S3 REVIEW As far… Read more First Snapdrgon Device From Infinix for Nigeria
By Koyejo Bajomo Back in 1996, when the the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, licensed 38 internet service providers to sell internet services in Nigeria, many ICT experts expressed the view that the development would lead to the end of traditional television as a medium of influence. I do not think there is anybody in the… Read more Can The Internet Replace Pay Television In Nigeria?
Late last year, the Infinix Zero 5 and Infinix Zero 5 Pro were launched with a lot of fanfare. These two smartphones replaced the duo of Infinix Zero 4 and Zero 4 Plus as the latest flagship from Infinix. We got a Sandstone Black unit from Gearbest and will be sharing our Infinix Zero 5… Read more Infinix Zero 5 Unboxing – Nigeria Technology Guide
By Dele Bajomo Back in 1996, when the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) licenced 38 internet service providers to sell internet services in Nigeria, many ICT experts expressed the view that the development would lead to the end of traditional television as a medium of influence. I do not think there is anybody in the modern… Read more Can Internet Replace Pay Television in Nigeria?
Dhaka, Mar 22 (UNB) – The ‘Made in Bangladesh’ labeled Walton laptops is going to hit Nigeria’s market soon. As the first company in Bangladesh, the local electronics giant Walton has teamed up with Western Base Nigeria Limited to export laptops for the first time to an African country. To this extent, an inaugural ceremony… Read more Walton starts exporting laptops to Nigeria
By Adekunle Adekoya Lagos — Telecoms industry regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, has emphasized that the interest of Nigeria as a whole, betterment of the telecom industry, subscribers, labour force will guide its issuance of a licence to any company that “will take over” Emerging Markets Telecommunications Service, EMTS, trading as 9Mobile. This was contained… Read more Nigeria: 9Mobile – National Interest’ll Guide Issuance of Licence to Successful Bidder – NCC
According to data from the 2018 edition of the Inclusive Internet Index by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Nigeria now ranks number one in Internet affordability in Africa and 17th globally. However, on the overall ranking for inclusive internet, Nigeria is 4th in Africa with South Africa, Morocco, and Egypt topping the continent’s list in that… Read more Surprise! Nigeria supposedly has the most affordable Internet in Africa