Nigeria’s largest mobile network has secured a digital banking license and has announced the birth of Yello Digital Financial Services Limited, a subsidiary to cater to provide fintech services in the country.
Both the A1k and A5s are now available from mobile phone retailers in Nigeria. The OPPO A1k is available for about ₦45,000, while OPPO A5s sells for around ₦70,000.
Gionee P10m has quietly gone on sale in Nigeria. This is an Android Go Edition phone, combining a waterdrop display, dual rear camera and 4000mAh battery with an affordable price.
OPPO Mobile will be launching a new set of smartyphones in Lagos, Nigeria on the 7th of August, 2019. The company already has OPPO A5s, Continue Reading
VDT Commnuinications has joined the list of 4G LTE service providers in Lagos, Nigeria. The company announced its service saying it “will offer internet speed Continue Reading
Xiaomi Nigeria has announced that the Mi 9T is officially available for purchase in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Xiaomi Mi 9T is an Continue Reading
The Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 features a 6.59” display, pop-up 16MP selfie camera, rear fingerprint reader, and a triple camera at the back. Under the hood Continue Reading
Transsion Holdings has introduced a phone trade-in/swap service in Nigeria called Carlcare Swap Plan. Anyone can trade-in their current phone for a brand new Infinix, TECNO or itel model.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange says it has granted Airtel a listing waiver. The telecom operator failed to meet the minimum requirement of at least 300 Continue Reading
Two years after the previous Phantom phone arrived, TECNO Mobile has launched its successor, the TECNO Phantom 9, in Lagos today. TECNO Phantom 9 has Continue Reading