stands for Global System
of Mobile Communications. In Nigeria, GSM means Telecom explosion.
GSM revolution began in August 2001 and changed the face of Information
and Communications Technology in Nigeria.
Indeed these developments have been truly explosive: according to statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), compared with just about 450,000 working lines from NITEL in 2001, by August 2004, the GSM operators had recorded over seven million subscribers. Expectations are that the figure should rise to nine million by the end of 2004, due to massive expansion programmes launched by the operators.
The four operators are MTN Nigeria, Econet Wireless,
(EWN) which is now Vee Networks of Nigeria (Vmobile), Mobile Telecommunications Limited
(MTel) (the mobile subsidiary of the national carrier, NITEL) and Globacom
Zain Nigeria / (former Celtel, former Vmobile)
Formerly Econet Wireless Nigeria, (EWN) which is now Vee Networks of Nigeria (Vmobile) - and was acquired by Celtel in 2006, then acquired by Zain
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Glomobile, the mobile arm of Globacom, Nigeria's Second National Operator (SNO). Glomobile always coming out with innovations and was the first to launch per second billing.
Etisalat is the latest entrant in the GSM / Unified access scene in Nigeria. Etisalat, is a Nigerian company formed by the partnership of Mubadala Development Company and Etisalat of the United Arab Emirates. Etisalat acquired the Unified Access License from the Federal Government in January 2007. The license includes a mobile license and spectrum in the GSM 1800 and 900 MHz bands at a price of $400million (Four Hundred Million U.S. Dollars). .
Visafone Communications Limited Jobs and Career Opportunities
Visafone is a wholly owned Nigerian telecommunications company. The company was incorporated in Nigeria on June 20, 2007 following the acquisition of Cellcom. Visafone received its Unified Access Service Licence as a telecom operator from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on August 1, 2007.
Nigeria Mobile Telecommunications Ltd (M-Tel)
Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTel) (the mobile subsidiary of the national carrier, NITEL) was Nigeria's First Mobile Network, long before the advent of GSM.
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