Airtel Nigeria on Wednesday in Lagos said it had partnered with renowned device manufacturers to drive 5G adoption.
President Bola Tinubu has assured prospective investors in Nigeria that his administration will provide a better business climate for them to thrive.
The total number of mobile subscriptions in Nigeria dropped by 1.01 million to 225.82 million in March 2023, indicating a 0.45 percent decrease.
This was contained in his 79 page 2023 prophecies, released on December 23, 2022, signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin.
Osinbajo commended the telco on Thursday during the launch of Airtel SmartCash PSB at Victoria Island, Lagos.
Surendran Chemmenkotil, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Airtel Nigeria, made this known on Tuesday.
Nami said this while delivering his opening remarks at the 2nd Annual National Tax Dialogue with the theme: “Tax Harmonisation for Enhanced Revenue Generation”, at the State House Conference Centre, on Wednesday.
In a 90-paged 2022 prophecies released on December, 22 2021, he mentioned top telecommunication companies.
According to the NCC statistics, the other major operators, MTN and Airtel, recorded losses during the period under review. While MTN’s subscriber base shrank from 73,571,192 in June to 73,123,732 in July (a loss of 447,460 customers), Airtel lost a total of 364,486 subscribers as its figure fell from 50,665,723 to 50,301,237.
Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde, NCC’s Director of Public Affairs, made this known in a statement on Sunday, in Abuja.
The international talents reality series, designed to discover and harness music talents in Nigeria, is in its third season in Nigeria
Airtel, in a statement in Lagos on Tuesday, said ScholarX would also receive major support from the GSMA Innovation Fund for Mobile Internet Adoption.
This was one of the resolutions of a meeting of the Ministerial Task Force on NIN-SIM registration on February 26, 2021
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that spectrums are radio frequencies allocated to mobile industries and other sectors for communication over the airwaves.
This was contained in a statement on Monday by the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy.
It was gathered that the facilities were vandalised by aggrieved labourers who were denied pay after working for some unidentified persons, who had engaged them.
Specifically, the market capitalisation inched higher by N297 billion or 2.11 per cent to close at N14.402 trillion from N14.105 trillion recorded on Friday.
The telecom company, which made this known in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos, described MDP as “a new feature that digitalises the journey of customers’ data purchase, utilisation and management”.
Ogunsanya also announced that Airtel Nigeria, as part of activities marking a decade of doing successful business in Nigeria, would be spending N300 million to support the fight against COVID-19, being the final part of the N1.9 billion the mobile telecommunications company pledged last April at the early stages of the pandemic.
Mustapha, 32, was arraigned on June 14, 2017 alongside one Nurudeen Salimu, 35, on a nine-count charge bordering on conspiracy, stealing, fraud and diverting messages from a phone number to another.