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Unstructured Supplementary Service Data

2 Nov 2019
Minister of Communications, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami has stopped Telecom network operators from imposing a N4 charge charge on subscribers for Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) access to banking services.
22 Oct 2019
The Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) is not in support of plans by MTN Nigeria to charge subscribers for Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) access.
16 Dec 2018
GSM - Global System for Mobile Communications SIM - Subscriber Identity Module USSD - Unstructured Supplementary Service Data


3 hours ago
Although climate change has been conspicuously absent from Nigeria's political agenda, the tangible effects of global warming are undeniably present. The country has one of the highest rates of desertification in the world, many of its cities are under threat from rising sea levels, and the 2022 floods resulted in hundreds of fatalities and displaced over a million people.
3 hours ago
A divided U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill to suspend the $31.4 trillion debt ceiling on Wednesday, with majority support from both Democrats and Republicans to overcome opposition led by hardline conservatives and avoid a catastrophic default.
4 hours ago
For the first time in nine years, leaders from the regional bloc formerly known as the Union of South American Nations have convened this week in Brazil. The gathering of these 11 countries has demonstrated a renewed spirit of cooperation. A notable highlight is Brazilian President Lula da Silva's meeting with Venezuela's authoritarian President Nicolas Maduro, a significant move, as diplomatic relations were severed under Lula’s predecessor, Jair Bolsonaro.
4 hours ago
The wildfires have displaced thousands and continued to endanger communities on the outskirts of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
5 hours ago
A child was among those killed in the missile attacks on Kyiv's eastern outskirts, according to Ukrainian officials.
5 hours ago
On one page of 15 pages of early drafts for the rock opera, songwriter Freddie Mercury wrote the words “Mongolian Rhapsody” near the top – but crossed out the first word and wrote “Bohemian” above it, the New York Times reports.