Tag Archives: Telecommunications

Etisalat Pushes EasyBusiness For New SME Propositions

Etisalat Nigeria is a move to provide suitable condition for business operation in the country introduced a proposition suit ‘easybusiness’  to lower costs for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The Easy Business Suite which is a one-stop shop for the communication needs of SMEs is designed to increase profit and provide value to these businesses. […]

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Etisalat Nigeria Reassures Its Commitment To Quality Service Delivery

Nigeria’s most innovative telecommunications company Etisalat has reaffirmed its commitment to the delivery of quality services to its over 12 million subscribers in the country. Steven Evans, Chief Executive Officer, Etisalat Nigeria said the company in its over three years of rendering quality telecommunications services in the country has invested over two billion dollars in […]

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NCC Slams N1.170billion Fine on MTN, Airtel, Others Over Poor Service

Telecommunications operators in Nigeria were  fined a combined sum of N1.170billion by the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC over their failure to meet the Key Performance Indicators on quality of services (QoS) set by the commission. The four GSM companies affected are MTN Communications Limited and Emerging Market Telecoms Services Limited (owners of Etisalat Nigeria) which were fined […]

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MTN Business: ‘New iPad’, 3G Wireless Modem and Phones for SMEs

A new regime of enhanced business productivity at MTN Business is offering SMEs, iPad 3, 3G Wireless Modems and a range of phones to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria. To enjoy this offer, as an SME you have to sign up for MTN MyOffice package which is specifically designed to meet peculiar needs of Small and Medium businesses […]

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Improve Your Service Quality! Nigeria Warns MTN

Following the recent battle between The Nigerian Communications Commission and MTN to ensure better telecom quality, something like a final warning have been issued to the South African telecommunications company to either improve its service quality or face the music.  BizTech Africa

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Next-Gen Social Entrepreneurs Wanted

The International Telecommunication Union has launched the second edition of its Young Innovators Competition, giving young, talented social entrepreneurs the opportunity to attend its key global networking and knowledge sharing event, ITU Telecom World 2012, and the chance to win funding, mentorship and ongoing support. The competition which is aimed at 18-25 year olds worldwide, calls for […]

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Glo Unites West Africa Operations with UNIWORLD Card

Second National operator, Globacom has introduced a new roaming package which will further unify three African countries, Nigeria, Gnana and Benin Republic. The service offers a uniform local tariff and allows the use of local Glo recharge cards in any of these three countries.  Vanguard

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No Broadband Internet Until 2015

The Nigerian Communications Commisison (NCC) has said it will take another three years, until 2015 when sufficient frequency spectrum is freed up from migration to digital broadcasting, before wireless broadband deployment would become a reality… Another 3 solid years!!! Read Full Article Here »  The Nation

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MTN Gets Fined Over Base Station by NESREA

Nigeria’s National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency, (NESREA) has now fined MTN N5 million for reopening its base station in EFAB Estate, Mbora District in Abuja after it was sealed last week. The base station was apparently said to be too close to houses. Read Full Article Here »  BizTech Africa

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