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MTN pays Nigeria another N30b

MTN has made a payment of N30 billion ($98 million) to the Nigerian government in part settlement of a N330 billion  fine imposed on the telecoms group for not disconnecting unregistered SIM cards, an MTN source told Reuters on Thursday.

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Yahoo reveals hackers stole data from one billion accounts

Yahoo says hackers stole data from more than one billion user accounts in August 2013. The company says it’s a different breach from the one it disclosed in September. Dec 14 (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc said on Wednesday that it has identified a new breach that occurred in August 2013 and involved data associated with more than one billion user …

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6   things Nigerians do not know they can do with their smartphones

A majority of Nigerians have and use smartphones on the daily, but how many of them actually maximize its functions? Aside from voice calls, social networking, telling the time, listening to music and maybe using the device as a flashlight, there are so many other creative ways the smartphone can be used beyond their standard features to make life easier.

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The Love Affair between Young Nigerians and Disruptive Mobile Technology

Young Nigerians are mobile-first people – technology is inspiring young entrepreneurs to create businesses that could not have existed in the past By Magnus Nmonwu We are all familiar with the stereotype of the young entrepreneur; technology whizz kids with all the latest mobile devices and the ability to multitask as they type hundreds of words a minute. Sage’s Walk …

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5 things Nigerians should know about London-used phones

London-used phones are a huge item in the Nigerian market as a majority of budget buyers tend to prefer them to not just brand new items but other fairly-used items. It is believed that these fairly used phones from London are affordable, very durable and can perform as well as brand new.

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UBA Unveils New PayAttitude Tag

United Bank of Africa, UBA, has refreshed its PayAttitude tag design with the introduction of a new branded tag. The new tag which reflects the brand identity of UBA replaces the former tags being issued.

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