Telecoms company Globacom launches innovative TV streaming service Glo TV

NIGERIA – Globacom, a telecommunication company, has announced the launch of Glo TV, an innovative TV streaming service for watching live linear TV, Video on Demand and catch-up contents to redefine television viewing experience for all Nigerians. The service which is powered by the reliable Glo 4G technology and is accessible through Android, IOS and web platforms was launched at…

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Nigeria’s Glo slashes international call tariffs to empower subscribers amid Covid19 pandemic

Nigeria’s Glo slashes international call tariffs

NIGERIA – Glo Mobile, Nigeria’s second largest mobile network, has slashed nternational call tarrifs by as much as 55 percent to empower subscribers connect with friends and family amid a surging COVID19 pandemic. Glo, a subsidiary of Globacom, explained in a statement that the move was aimed at helping customers connect with their loved ones abroad at a much more…

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French telecom giant Orange announces plans to expand into subscriber-rich Nigeria, South Africa markets

NIGERIA – Orange, a French multinational telecommunications corporation, has announced its intention to expand operations to Nigeria, and South Africa. Chief Executive Officer for Orange, Stéphane Richard, told French newspaper, Les Echos, that the company was planning to kickstart the expansion process in a few months’ time because it believes it would benefit from having a wider footprint in Africa.…

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Telecoms subscribers in Africa’s largest economy rise by 2.96% to 179m

NIGERIA – The National Bureau of Statistics has revealed that the number of active voice subscribers rose by 2.96 per cent from 174.02 million in the second quarter to 179.17 million in the third quarter of 2019. Although it has faced several challenging years, with rapid currency depreciation and a macroeconomic slowdown weighing on profitability, Nigeria’s ICT sector remains a…

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Nigeria’s Telco sector records 15% growth as MTN maintains dominance

NIGERIA – A report by the Nigerian Communications Commission has shown that revenue for telecom operators in the country grew by 15 percent to reach US$6.21 billion (N2.25 trillion) up from US$5.41 billion (N1.96 trillion) recorded in 2017. There was however a decline in telecommunications infrastructure development by 62 percent from US$233.7 million (N84.7 billion) in 2017 to US$88.55 million…

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