Nigeria’s prospects of reasonably priced internet services, increased broadband penetration and the possibility of developing local content on the cyberspace may be unattainable due to the refusal of some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and telecommunications companies (telcos) to connect their internet traffic to the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), BusinessDay can now reveal.
This is in spite of the coming in of Main One and Glo-1 which are expected to crash the cost of internet ...
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Added July 18, 2010
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