Etisalat Plans $300M Network Upgrade, After Few Months Of Downgrade

The fourth largest mobile operator in Nigeria, Etisalat will be spending $300 million to expand and upgrade its network this year. The telecom company has posted a 15-percent growth in user-base to 19.5 million subscribers from 15.3 million last year. The telecom’s boss Matthew Willsher said the focus of the[...]

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Zimbabwe Could Be A Cashless Society In Less Than 12Months

Econet Wireless, a mobile banking service and Telecommunications company, has predicted that in less than 12 months Zimbabwe will become Africa’s first cashless society. Douglas Mboweni, the company’s CEO, stated: “In a year’s time, we do not expect anyone to still use paper money. It will resemble America or Europe[...]

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Washist Launches Nigeria’s first On-Demand Laundry Subscription Service

These innovations are coming real and thanks to the brave entrepreneurs, we are finally heading towards achieving a lot of good projects, thumbs up guys especially to Oluwafemi Taiwo, Co-Founder of PrivateProperty.com.ng for bringing this idea. I am very happy to see competitions online but you know what? this is[...]

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