Airtel lost over 100,000 subscribers in Nigeria between December 2019 and January 2020. While Airtel Nigeria's subscribers declined,
Some Nigerians took to Twitter to lament over the actions of MTN Nigeria and Airtel Nigeria demanding for more than just free SMS
FG has urged DStv, Startimes, MTN, Airtel and other network providers to offer free services to Nigerian workers affected by the lockdown.
Despite all the gloom and doom occasioned by COVID-19, one way of life that has proved to be of good use during this time of uncertainty...
MTN Nigeria is creatively sensitizing its customers on the need to ensure safety for themselves amid the spread of Coronavirus in the country.
The House of Representatives might order the arrest of Chief Executive Officers at MTN Nigeria, Globacom, Airtel Nigeria, 9Mobile and others
According to a recent report by NCC, the number of internet subscribers in Nigeria as of November 2019 stood at 122,489, 257.
Data released by NCC as at last December, disclosed that MTN recorded 54.11 million data subscribers over Airtel's 34.52 million subscribers in 2019.
Connect Nigeria will be holding this year’s annual business fair at Tafawa Balewa square on the 6th and 7th of March 2020.