Sub-Saharan Africa's smartphone penetration at 33%

Surge in SSA
smartphone use

Figures expected to
double by 2025.

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NCC suspends all regulatory services for MTN Nigeria – Report.

NCC suspends all regulatory services for MTN Nigeria – Report

Nigeria's communications commission has reportedly suspended all regulatory services to MTN Nigeria as it awaits payment for a $5.2 billion fine slapped on the telco this week.

MTN Nigeria hit with record high NGN1 trillion fine.

MTN Nigeria hit with record high NGN1 trillion fine

Mobile operator accused of violating SIM registration order.

Nigeria: latest data certification puts MainOne in poll position.

Nigeria: latest data certification puts MainOne in poll position

Accreditation covers compliance with global standards on customer data security and protection of assets.

Nigeria's tech industry welcomes NITEL revival.

Nigeria's tech industry welcomes NITEL revival

NATCOM behind the roll out plan, boosted by SAT-3 service.

Nigeria: NCC head promises change.

Nigeria: NCC head promises change

Newly appointed Prof Danbatta vows to tackle QoS and other telecoms challenges.

Exclusive: Smile Nigeria's Michiel Buitelaar.

Exclusive: Smile Nigeria's Michiel Buitelaar

ITWeb Africa speaks with the MD of Smile Nigeria about market response to offering, the company's direction going forward and strategy.

IHS Towers makes headway in Etisalat Nigeria deal.

IHS Towers makes headway in Etisalat Nigeria deal

Companies confirm second portion of transaction ratified.

Nigeria dominates CTO election.

Nigeria dominates CTO election

Prof Danbatta elected as chairman of organisation, Taylor sworn in as Secretary General.

Music streaming hit sweet note for Nigeria’s telecos.

Music streaming hits sweet note for Nigeria’s telecos

Nigerian telecos raise NGN9 billion from caller tunes in 2014.

Nigeria's HTN Towers raises profile with SWAP deal.

Nigeria's HTN Towers raises profile with SWAP deal

Companies enter into managed services and co-location deal involving 702 sites.

Nigeria's telcos winning in numbers game.

Nigeria's telcos winning in numbers game

Nigeria's subscribers and teledensity increases, while CDMA and fixed wire subscribers continue to decline.