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Why Subscribers Are Yearning For 6g Network

Despite the low adoption of 5G network, telecoms subscribers have been looking forward to higher technology. A report by Statista noted that the adoption of 5G network had been low globally, stating that one out of seven currently uses the technology. Meanwhile, it was revealed that it would take less time to develop a 6G... .

Wooing Investors To Nigeria’s Broadband Future

The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof Umar Danbatta, at a forum, recently, urged international telecom companies and potential investors to take advantage of the opportunities presented by Nigeria’s population of over 200 million people to invest in its telecoms sector, especially in infrastructure provisioning for broadband. Abolaji Adebayo reports... .

Abdallah Compares Kano Pillars Fixture To NPFL Tie

Katsina United head coach, Usman Abdullah, has described the Naija Super 8 play-off derby with Kano Pillars, as an equivalent of their Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) rivalry. Both clubs currently ply their trade in the Nigeria National League. Abdallah explained that despite their current status, the North-West derby with Kano Pillars is always a... .

Federation Cup: Insurance Beat Rangers To Lift Trophy, Clinch Ticket

…as Bayelsa Queens overcome Rivers Angels I t was a pulsating final at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba, yesterday as Insurance of Benin beat Rangers International 1-0 in the final of the 2023 Federation Cup. Imade Osarenkhoe scored the only goal of the game from the spot for Insurance after Rangers star, Chinemerem Ugwueze, was... .

Airtel Rolls Out 5g Network In Nigeria, Partners Samsung

Following the launch of its 5G network on Monday, leading telecommunications service provider, Airtel Nigeria, has partnered with Samsung to provide affordable 5G devices for mobile users in the country. According to the company, the launch of its 5G network in Nigeria is in line with its commitment to providing innovative solutions that empower its... .

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