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There’s an Increase in Mobile Internet Subscription in Nigeria – NCC
The Nigerian telecoms regulator, NCC has revealed a rise in the number of internet users on the Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) in January.

CPC Warns MNOs in Nigeria of Possible Litigation
Nigeria’s Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has stated that punitive measures may soon be meted out on Mobile Network Operators in Nigeria for what it deems erratic network services.

Spectranet Partners with iROKOtv
To Offer 30-days of Free Video Streaming Service to its Customers.

Safaricom’s Subscribers May Face Charges for Purchasing Stolen Airtime
Safaricom, the mobile network operator based in Kenya, has began investigation of over 10,000 of its subscribers who were said to have purchased stolen airtime.

Benin Telecoms to Have 4G LTE Support
The Republic of Benin has commenced the deployment of 4G LTE wireless technology, which will be managed by the state-backed operator, Benin Telecoms.

Cell C has Budgeted R8BN for 4G Network in SA
Cell C has announced plans to invest R8bn ($671.7million) over the next three years to roll out 4G LTE connectivity in selected locales across South Africa.

Spark Inaugurates an Incubator in Somalia
Spark, a Dutch NGO and Cheetah Group, SMART, Collert Consultancy, Fayo Foundation including the Horn Resource centre have inaugurated a business incubator, Africa House, in Somalia.

Jovago Signs Partnership Deal with Afrotourism
Jovago has partnered with Afrotourism, a Nigerian online network for travel and leisure lovers, in a move to will see the hotel listing startup consolidate its network in Africa.

eLearning Center Launched in Lukasa Charity School, Courtesy of Acer
The Acer for Education initiative sponsored by Acer has launched an e-learning classroom at the Shalom School in Lusaka, Zambia.

#cocreateSA Fund Open to Applications
The kingdom of Netherlands is inviting applications for the #cocreateSA fund 2015.

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Lagos State is Considering a N25m Annual License for Bike Hailing Startups
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22nd July 2019

The Lagos State government is planning to introduce a N25 million license for bike hailing startups. With one road transport union mandating bike hailing riders to pay levies, the government license will stop this and allow startups to operate freely within the state.


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