Mobility Nigeria helps you keep up with the best SIM cards, cheapest mobile data plans, and latest mobile phones in Nigeria.
In Lagos, Nigeria, Samsung has revealed the new Galaxy A Series, a new product line that includes Galaxy A2 Core, A10, A20, A30, A50, and… Read More »Samsung Announces the new Galaxy A Series in Nigeria
TECNO Nigeria has unveiled the 3rd device in the SPARK series, the SPARK 3. There are threee devices in the SPARK 3 lineup – one… Read More »TECNO Mobile launches SPARK 3 series in Lagos
For the fisrt time since August 2019, Nigeria recorded a drop in the total number of connected mobile lines. From a total of 174,012,136 active… Read More »Mobile lines in Nigeria drop in February 2019
itel Mobile has launched the P33 and P33 Plus in Nigeria, the largest mobile market in Africa. The two phones are budget smartphones equipped with… Read More »itel Mobile unveils P33 and P33 Plus in Nigeria
Google has announced that Google Sync for Nokia S60 is one of the services that they are discontinuing on the 30th of January 2013. Google Sync… Read More »Dear Symbian/Belle User, Google Sync for Nokia S60 Discontinued
It is all excitement as Etisalat launches EasyBlaze HSPA wireless broadband Internet in Nigeria, West Africa. Mobility Nigeria was present at the occassion and brings you details.
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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.
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