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13 Nov 2020
Alan Sinfield, the Chief Executive Officer of 9Mobile speaks to GuardianTV exclusively on customer growth, competition, COVID-19 response, and how the pandemic actually affected their revenue.
25 Dec 2019
An Unidentified man has climb a telecommunications mast opposite Taraba State Polytechnic and is threatening to commit suicide.
13 Nov 2019
China has announced that it has officially started to research work on the 6G telecommunications technology. They have formed a research and development promotion group and an expert group to actualise the 6G initiative.
25 Apr 2019
GSM operators in Nigeria have kicked against plans by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority to destroy 7,000 GSM masts which it described as illegal in 30 days if the operators failed to obtain the required Aviation Height Clearance within the period. Gbenga Adebayo, Chairman, Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to look at the situation.
18 Jan 2019
Analysts say multiple taxation, issues around right of way and vandalism are some of the biggest challenges operators in Nigeria’s telecommunications sector are faced with.
15 Nov 2018
Africa’s entertainment and media, technology and telecommunications industries are converging as the battle for consumer attention becomes increasingly digitised. This is according to PwC in its 2018 to 2022 African Entertainment and media outlook.
11 Dec 2017
According to a recent report from Mediareach OMD telecommunication providers, Nigeria spent 16.4 billion naira on advertising in 2016, the highest in the country.
11 Sep 2017
Nigeria's telecommunications sector contributed 1.5 trillion Naira to GDP in the second quarter of 2017.

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