Aptech has been awarded the India-Africa Champion in Biz Award 2016 under the category – ‘Pioneer in Skilling Africa’.
Airtel Nigeria subscribers are in for exciting times as the telecommunication service provider partners with Africa’s foremost music media brand, TRACE, to launch a first of its kind ‘free to browse’ video streaming and download platform, ‘TRACE Plus,’ offering consumers unfettered access to exclusive video content.
Taking convenience and innovation to greater heights, Stanbic IBTC Bank has commissioned her first self-service digital branch, delivering the transformational power of digital technology to drive optimal financial services in Nigeria.
Airtel Nigeria has announced the launch of the fourth edition of its Red Hot Promo, an annual reward initiative and one of Nigeria’s biggest and most credible consumer promotion platforms, designed to delight, excite and reward telecoms consumers.
SimbaPay, a London-based digital money transfer provider on Monday, announced the launch of its money transfer service to Ghana and Uganda.
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria on Sunday applauded the Federal Government, Senate and the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) for being sensitive to the yearnings of subscribers, who had decried initial plan to abysmally increase data rate even at a time the economy is sick.
…Repositions as Nigeria’s Network of Choice for Mobile Internet
Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has launched an exciting thematic campaign dubbed #DataisLife.
The Association of Licenced Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) on Thursday informed consumers to expect poor data services, without the review of the Data Tariff Floor.
Airtel Nigeria has unveiled the 3-2-1 Service – a call-in system that provides free information – ranging from healthcare, Family Planning, Nutrition & Sanitation – to Nigerians, including those in rural communities in partnership with global development organisation, Human Network International (HNI).
Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has partnered with global development organisation, Human Network International (HNI), to unveil The 3-2-1 Service, a call-in system that provides free, on-demand information – ranging from healthcare to good governance – to Nigerians, including those in rural communities.