Telecom Business & Providers in Nigeria
Telecom business is the fastest growing area in Nigeria. The growth of Telecom in Nigeria has exceeded all estimates and forecasts. Indeed the question has not been where is the demand, but instead the question has been how to meet the demand.
But doing profitable and sustainable telecom business in Nigeria is not an all comers affair. it requires the right information and contacts to ensure success and achieve your objectives in your business venture. And Project management often plays a major role.
This resource is created to assist you in meeting the challenges and opportunities in this dynamic market.
Jidaw.com, Nigeria's premier IT and Telecom resource has created this directory of the leading Telecom Providers to assist you in making wise and profitable business decisions in the area of Telecom service.
These providers offer telecom services in the areas of
Global System of Mobile Communications (GSM),
Fixed wireless access,
Cybercafes and Centers
Satellite Communication and Switching ,
Public Payphone Services,
Prepaid Calling Card Services,
Radio Network Services,
Top providers include MTN, Airtel (former Zain, Celtel, Vmobile), Etisalat, Globacom, Cisco, Intercellular, Visaphone, Multilinks, Nigerian telecommunications limited (NITEL), Mtel, Rainbownet, Reltel, Starcomms, VGC communications amongst others.
Here are more useful resources for operating and doing business with this sector:
Nigeria is often identified as the fastest moving economy and one of the most advanced ICT market sectors in the Africa. It has the largest population in Africa, and Nigerian market's high level of sophistication makes it an exciting and attractive market. In just a few years, Nigeria has become the Telecom hotspot for both telecom operators and equipment suppliers.
In 2004, Nigeria now has about five million mobile lines and about one million fixed lines, compared with just about 450,000 working lines from Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) three years ago
Read more about how Nigeria is Bridging the Telecom infrastructure divide here.
Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs) are key components of modern telecommunications networks. VSATs have become popular and acknowledged for providing telecoms services in Nigeria. VSATs are used to connect users and organizations around the world.
Nigeria VSAT has become indispensable. Many use VSAT on a regular basis
for Internet and telephony access. It has been extremely useful in areas
where telephone, video, and Internet services are either too expensive
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The GSM revolution began in August 2001 and changed the face of Information and Communications Technology in Nigeria. Deregulation of the telecommunications sector led to the introduction of major Global System of Mobile Communications (GSM), mobile phone providers MTN Nigeria, Zain (former Celtel, V-Mobile), Globacom, Etisalat and Mtel.
the GSM launch, mobile telephony has rapidly become the most popular
method of voice communication in Nigeria. Growth has been so rapid that
Nigeria has been rightly described in various fora as "one of the
fastest growing GSM markets in the world".
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