If you are in search of unlimited Internet In Nigeria, you do not have a lot of options to pick from. Here are the available providers, along with the different unlimited plans they offer.
Mobility Nigeria helps you keep up with the best SIM cards, mobile data plans, and mobile phones in Nigeria.
Foremost Nigerian mobile phone reviewer, historian, and tech blogger. Owned over 200 devices since 2001. Storytelling and content marketing god.
I had been away from Ntel for about 2 years due to a number of issues with their service. I decided to give the 4G network a try again. Here is what it is like using an Ntel data plan in 2020.
Smile is finally offering data plans that are competitive in the Nigerian Internet market. The new Smile 300 for 1GB Flexi data plan is great value for money. Here’s how to get it.
There have been talk of French operator, Orange, expanding into Africa, and specifically investing in Nigeria’s telecom market. My position is that Orange Telecom coming won’t make much of a difference.
The Glo 3GB for 500 naira data plan, aka Weekend500 plan, is self-explanatory, It offers 3GB of data for a token amount of N500. Here is how it works and how to subscribe.
Imagine being pulled over and told, “If you have a Xiaomi phone, stand here. If you have a TECNO phone, stand there.” Let me tell you about the TECNO vs Xiaomi war.
This is week 22 of the year 2020, and a couple of months into the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. Like all other industries, the mobile industry… Read More »Nigeria Mobile Industry Review Week 22, 2020
State governments across Nigeria are crashing Right of Way (RoW) charges for broadband and related communication infrastructure in their domains. This trend can only produce good results.
Vivo Y11 is now available in Nigeria. It features Android 9, a 6.35-inch display. 1.95GHz Octa-core processor, 32GB storage, and a massive 5000mAh battery.
About Mobility Nigeria
An emerging economy like Nigeria is depending on the widespread availability of Internet access to propel economic development across its population of 200 million people. In the new digital world of the 21st century, Internet access is life.
Mobility Nigeria provides information about SIM cards, mobile data plans and bundles, as well as mobile Internet tariffs In Nigeria. Read this website to keep up to date and informed when a Nigerian network operator introduces new services.
We are the leading resource for news and exciting stories of the latest developments in broadband Internet, mobile networks, smartphones, tablets, and feature phones in Africa’s largest mobile phone market.