By Charles Abuede   Active internet data subscribers 152.48m Airtel, Glo go head to head for No. 2 in Nigeria after MTN, with

Saviour Adugba Indian controlled mobile telephone service provider, Airtel, gained most among its competitors in the number of

Telecommunications services have gone poorer in the last few days owing to a partial disconnection of telephone lines largely due to

Globacom (Glo), Nigeria’s fully integrated telecommunications company, has been declared the 4th most admired African brand in

Globacom, a Nigerian multinational telecommunications company, received a boost in its subscriber base as over 400,000 new customers

Complaints from Nigeria’s telecommunication subscribers have decreased to 17,247 in the fourth quarter 2017 from 18,711 in the

The need for corporate organisations owned by Africans to integrate across the continent has been touted as the solution to the

Bharti Airtel Ltd.’s Nigeria unit said a partnership with China’s ZTE Corp. to provide 4G high-speed broadband will see it add