In demonstration of its commitment to becoming the mobile Internet services provider of first choice for telecoms consumers in Nigeria, leading telecoms operator Airtel Nigeria has announced a review of its data tariff plans in a strategic move to offer more value to customers.
Under the new data plans, customers can now enjoy up to 30megabyte (MB) with just N100, and 7GB at just N3,500 for a 30 day period. Customers can activate the new tariff plan by dialling *141#
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Airtel Nigeria has said the introduction of Smart Number service, an innovation that allows Nigerian subscribers to use an additional line on their already in use Airtel SIM card, yet maintaining a single mobile phone is unique.
The new package is designed to empower owners of small businesses, entrepreneurs, top executives and professionals who wish to improve productivity as well as separate their professional/social and personal mobile lines while maintaining the use of a single phone and SIM card.
The Smart Number […]
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on Saturday said that MTN Nigeria, Globacom and Etisalat violated the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) process time obligations in the third quarter of 2015.
The commission made this known in its `2015 3Q Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Report’, obtained by NAN in Lagos.
The regulatory body said to address the increasing cases of port request rejections, it had resolved to monitor operators and take appropriate actions.
“Consequent upon the above, series of compliance checks were carried out regarding […]
Report gathered that Airtel, One of the Nigeria’s Telecoms Companies has sacked 30 per cent of its workforce.
The affected employees from some departments, who were ‘caught unawares,’ received their sack letters last Friday. See Excerpts:
“We were served the sack letters on Friday and as I received my letter, I just walked out,” says one of the affected workers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
The ex-worker explained, “the development was shocking as I don’t have any other job.”
Another female worker […]
Report gathered that the big four telecoms operators in the country are yet to pay the N120million fine slammed on them by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) for flouting its order on SIM registration.
NCC fined MTN, Airtel, Globacom and Etisalat a total of N120.4 million for having incomplete and pre-registered SIM cards in their systems early last month.
The telecoms industry regulator had on August 3, 2015, issued a 7-day ultimatum to all the telcos and other network providers to deactivate […]