Mobility Arena provides the best of mobile reviews, news, tips and great deals. The site was founded in 2008 and has evolved from a local blog providing Nigeria-specific information to a global brand that reaches readers in over 160 countries around the world.
Mobility Arena delivers value in a number of ways, including:
- critical phone reviews to help you make informed choices about what to buy
- useful information on how to make the best of your phone and tablet
- important news on developments in mobile phones and network services
- smartphone specifications
- special, discounted deals on brand new smartphones
We have over 3,500 useful, engaging articles; 30,000 comments; Local content, and a global reach, with recognition from top brands like Nokia, TECNO, Samsung, JUMIA, Etisalat, The Executive CyberSchuul, and BlackBerry. That’s a heritage you can count on.
World Class Content
“The quality of the writing and content on the site is world class and the site has an international following.” – Dennis Bournique, WapReview.com
The only African mobile tech destination
Mobility is the only African mobile tech blog I visit daily. My other daily mobile destinations are PhoneArena and GSMArena. – Brymay Osah
“If you want me to read tech stuff which can be ‘heavy’ most times, make it look ‘light’. In Nigeria, only Mobility Blog succeeds at this!” – Kathleen Ndongmo
Professional and Dedicated
“I admire your professionalism and model your dedication to your industry. Right from the days of ‘Alireta’, I have followed and found that Yomi Adegboye loves and lives the tech life. Kudos.” – Sandra Etubiebi, Ekodara Consulting, Abuja.
“I will want to wait for your review before taking the leap.. They are usually honest reviews. I read your blog.. especially phone reviews. You do a great job, and it must be commended.” – Saheed Adepoju, CEO Encipher
Tech made easy
MobilityBlog Makes the most complex tech terms very simple and interesting. A must read for each day. The best I have come across. I never really liked anything techy but Mobility Blog made me fall me in love with tech. Kudos to the team. – Timidi
Not too techie for ‘learners’ like me
I like your space here. Not too techie for ‘learners’ like me. – Bimbola
Un-geeky, gadget-crazy types love your non-tech user-friendly articles
Us un-geeky, gadget-crazy types love your non-tech user-friendly articles. – Soji Ayoade
Mobility is truly a modern concept. – Titi Omo-Ettu, CyberSchuulNews.com
MOBILITY in the Press
Did we mention that we are well known and respected? But don’t take our word for it! Here:
- White African’s 30 Great African Tech Blogs
- WebTrends Nigeria interviews Mister Mobility
- CP Africa lists MobilityNigeria as Top Nigerian blog
- Island Explorer magazine runs feature on MobilityNigeria
- Some African Tech Blogs We Love Reading – Afrinnovator
- Mister Mobility Makes TechLoy Most Influential Technology People Of 2011 List
- Mister Mobility Interviewed By AfriPOP Magazine
- Silicon Africa’s Top Tech Blogs In Africa
- Mister Mobility appears on InfoPlay on LoveWorldPlus TV
- Top 25 Bloggers in Nigeria to Watch Out For in 2014
Meet Mister Mo, the Moverick – Founder
Widely acclaimed as one of Nigeria’s most influential persons in Nigeria’s mobile and web technology ecosystem, Yomi (real name) founded MOBILITY in 2008 to share information from his experiences with various mobile devices (he has owned over 120 of them). He has been featured extensively in various print, web and broadcast media in Nigeria and beyond.
In 2011, he was listed as one of the most influential persons in technology in Nigeria by TechLoy. In February 2014, he was honoured by YNaija/Ndani TV as one of the 100 most innovative People in Nigeria’s Technology Eco-system.
After a visit to Nigeria and meeting him, the world’s most influential expert in mobile, Tomi Ahonen says Yomi is “most definitely the coolest dude in mobile in the world”.
Besides reviewing phones and writing for MOBILITY, Yomi is into youth development, enjoys the open road and adventure, and is a lover of music and dance. Mister Mobility is on Twitter @Moverick.
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