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 a 6.4″ inch display with an in-display fingerprint reader, a triple camera at the back, 128GB ROM, and a 3500mAh battery. It is equipped with a Helio P35 processor and … Read more
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We often read of news of phones like the Huawei P30, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, and Redmi K20, selling 1 million units or more in a month. Not once in the history of Nigeria has there been news of a phone selling as much as half a million units in a month. No matter how … Read more
It has become something of a routine to see one Narialand member or the other attack TECNO phones and TECNO fans. In the latest incident, one user posted: Tecno lies about their phone Tecno has refused to adopt 95% of their phones are made with 2cores 1.2ghz and 1.3ghz whilst other brands are making 4.0ghz … Read more
The last Phantom smartphone we saw was the Phantom 8 back in 2017. Finally, TECNO Mobile is following up with a teaser of an upcoming TECNO Phantom 9. All roads lead to July 10, 2019 when the phone will be officially announced. But if you are eager to see the full specs now, you can … Read more
Paradigm Initiative has asked the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to provide it with information on the Nigerian surveillance and interception regime. Relying on the Freedom of Information Act 2011, the pan-African Digital Rights and Digital Inclusion organization is requesting information on the role the regulatory agency plays in enabling law enforcement in Nigeria to carry … Read more
In Februuary 2018, OLX shut down its Nigeria office but continued to run the Nigerian service from South Africa. Over a year later in April 2019, another classifieds marketplace, Jiji.ng signed an agreement to take over OLX operations in Nigeria. Both companies have also reached an agreement for Jiji to acquire the other OLX businesses … Read more
Nigeria’s largest mobile operator, MTN, has upgraded its 4G networks in Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt to 4G+, also known as LTE-Advanced. 4G+ is a more advanced version of 4G and provides faster speeds and better latency to users. 4G+, or accelerated 4G, can reach speeds up to 2.5 times faster than 4G. A statement by … Read more
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 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 and data bundles. We bring you news and exciting stories of the latest developments in access to broadband Internet via mobile networks, smartphones, tablets, and feature phones in Africa’s largest mobile phone market.
Mobility Nigeria is a sister site to MobilityArena, a website that provides information about the latest mobile devices and how to put them to best use.