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The Nigerian government says its ban on courier firm Aramex International Limited remains operational.
Nigeria’s regulator has blamed operators for delays in SIM number portability.
Nigeria's NCC says sections of the NigComSat Bill that are inconsistent with the Nigerian Communication Act.
Fears over the security of documents stored in the cloud remains a challenge discouraging Nigerian businesses from embracing cloud computing.
Nigeria’s lottery regulatory body head says he would like to have telecoms telemarking outlawed.
The Nigerian Communications Commission has put an end to telecoms promos and lotteries.
Vodacom Business Nigeria has launched its Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions suitable for the financial and the retail sector.
Nigerian stakeholders have expressed widely mixed views over a proposed bill to make satellite operator NigComSat autonomous.
Airtel Nigeria reports that 193 of its hub base transmission stations have been damaged in floods and a spate of bombings.
Vodacom Business Nigeria has hosted the ICT Club members of Grace High School on a one day ICT tour of its Lagos, Nigeria office.
Nigeria’s contingent to the Arsenal Football Clinic as part of the Airtel Rising Stars programme have described the clinic as ‘a great platform’.
Two players, Samuel Afolabi and Etejere Edafeoghene, have emerged as winners of the second draw of Nokia’s Danfo Reloaded Competition, a local game available on the Nokia store.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has developed two new mobile apps for students and accountants.
MTN Nigeria has expanded the coverage of its WiMAX-driven revolutionary internet service, MTN HyNet, to Abuja and Port Harcourt.
Etisalat Nigeria has called on Nigeria’s advertising authority to help stop misleading telecoms promotional messages.
Residents of Lagos trooped out en masse to watch the national finals of Season Two of the Airtel Rising Stars U-17 football tournament.
Nigeria’s telecoms regulator has shut down two branches of First Bank over illegal spectrum use.
The NCC crackdown on pre-registered SIM cards has netted a total of 14 suspects and bags of illegally registered SIMs.
Visafone Communications has launched WiFi hotspots offering free browsing nationwide.
Samsung’s Galaxy S III, touted by some as iPhone’s biggest challenger, is now available in Nigeria.
NIMC postpones mandatory use of NIN