• Stakeholders list ways to revive telecoms’ firm
• GSM operators leverage Nigeria’s market to boost global earnings
IT was a veritable cash cow for the nation and one’s ability to use its services was a sign of belonging to an affluent class. But that was years ago.
Today, the Nigerian Telecommunications Company (NITEL) is moribund and its facilities in different parts of the country are rotting away. Yet, the Federal Government remains undecided on the fate of the national telecommunications ...
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Added February 24, 2013
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