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As part of efforts to bridge the digital divide within West Africa, French telecoms firm, Orange and West African Connectivity and Data Centre services provider, MainOne, have struck ...
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The Minister of Communications, Mr. Adebayo Shittu has launched a $1 million breakthrough innovation which will change the face of Information  Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigeria. Shittu while speaking ...
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NBS
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National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said  162.52 million subscribers were active on voice calls in the second quarter as against 149.31 million recorded in the first quarter. The ...
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A $10.1 billion demand by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Attorney General of the Federation from MTN Nigeria will make its planned listing on the ...
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IT/TELECOM NEWSLETTER

Nigeria promises favourable connectivity policy The United Nations (UN) has estimated that to connect the next 1.5 billion that are yet to come online across the globe, telecoms ...
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Apple announced the iPhone XR, Xs and Xs Max. The new handsets follow the company’s 10th anniversary iPhone X announced at last year’s product event, and extends Apple’s ...
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Apple will reportedly reduce the price of the iPhone X’s successor to as low as $800. Since all three new iPhone models are expected to be based on ...
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MTN
BUSINESS & ECONOMY IT/TELECOM LEGAL NEWSLETTER

MTN Nigeria has taken the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) to court over their investigations into the telecom company’s Certificates ...
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Donald Trump
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US President Donald Trump on Saturday called for Apple to make its products in the US instead of China to avoid suffering the consequences of his trade war ...
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Glo
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Days after clocking 15 years in business, telecom industry report for August released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) revealed that Globacom, got 214,646 new subscribers in the ...
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Financial Inclusion
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The quartet of MTN, Globacom, Airtel and 9Mobile are going to deepen financial service inclusion, with commitment to reach 90 million Nigerians by 2020. After a meeting on ...
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Tizeti
IT/TELECOM

Nigerian Internet Service Provider (ISP) startup, Tizeti, along with its consumer-facing brand, Wifi.com.ng, has closed a Series A round of $3 million, led by 4DX Ventures with participation ...
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IT/TELECOM

Everybody wants to do things without hassles, and this has been the core premise of technology. With the advent of internet of things, it would be much easier ...
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Financial Inclusion
IT/TELECOM

Nigeria’s largest GSM operators: Glo, 9Mobile, Airtel & MTN Nigeria are to expand financial inclusion to 90 million Nigerians by 2020. Chairman, Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of ...
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MTN
COVER IT/TELECOM

According to the office of the Attorney General of the Federation, a whistleblower prompted an investigation into alleged MTN infractions that last week led to a demand for ...
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MTN
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Nigeria is seeking about $2 billion in back taxes from MTN Group Ltd., another curve ball directed at Africa’s biggest wireless carrier less than a week after it ...
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IT/TELECOM NEWSLETTER

Samsung will release a foldable smartphone this year, DJ Koh, CEO of the company’s mobile division told CNBC. Koh said the company is focusing on how to make ...
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CBN
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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), yesterday, gave details of how MTN Nigeria Limited and four banks perpetrated the $8.13 billion illegal transactions, using false information and deliberate ...
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 Flout order on sale of pre-registered SIM cards NCC flays action, MTN, 9Mobile explain positions Despite the danger the illegal sale of pre-registered Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards ...
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MTN
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Nigeria’s decision to order South African telecoms giant MTN to repay billions of dollars that it had allegedly illegally repatriated over a period of eight years could sour investor sentiment ...
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