When Etisalat’s broadband service, EasyBlaze, was introduced last year, I was one of those who had a first-hand taste. The 3.75G service was truly broadband in use and I had nothing but praise for it. I was not the only one. On all sides, people spoke of the speed and reliability. However, it was priced [...]
Telecoms subscribers in Nigeria have been told to expect to pay more as a fallout of the recent fuel subsidy removal action by the government. Of course, that is to be expected. The President of ALTON (Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria), Gbenga Adebayo, had this to say: “Reason being that even though the [...]
I have been meaning to write this article for a long time now. Looking at the mobile services market here in Nigeria, I am both amused and sad (though how that combination is possible is beyond me) at how everything seems to boil down to price. The operators are in a nasty price war – [...]
Etisalat Nigeria has announced a reduction in their EasyBlaze tariffs, as follows: 200MB – N1,000 – Dial *229*2*6# 500MB – N2,000 – Dial *229*2*2# 1.5GB – N4,000 – Dial *229*2*4# Night & Weekend – N4,000 – Dial *229*3*3# To check your data balance anytime – just dial *228#
With what has been tagged “fantastic visa bundles”, VISAFONE has crashed its on-net voice tarrif again. According to Mr Joseph Ushigiale, the head of coperate communications, “On this bundles, customers would make Visafone to Visafone calls at less than 1kobo per second and 50 kobo per minute”.
According to a news report filed by the Daily Trust on the 30th of June, Globacom announced through its Group Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Mohamed Jameel that they would be crashing the prices of internet connectivity come September. In the same breath, he also said they would be reducing call rates “with or without the [...]