Airtel Networks Limited and ZTE have announced a strategic partnership to launch 4G (fourth generation wireless mobile telecommunications technology) in Nigeria.
Airtel Nigeria in partnership with global development organsation, Human Network International (NHI), has unveiled the 3-2-1 Service – a call-in system that provides free information – ranging from healthcare to good governance – to Nigerians.
In the second half of 2015, Nigeria was among the top five countries worldwide in terms of mobile subscription additions, and Nigerian businesses are increasingly adopting mobile-first strategies.
Bharti Airtel Africa, a leading telecommunications service provider with operations in 17 countries across Africa, today announced that it has launched Free Basics in Nigeria in partnership with Facebook.
In its determination to provide value added services to its numerous tenants and visitors, the Lagos City Mall has struck a deal with Airtel Nigeria, one of Nigeria’s telecommunications giants to provide free superfast Wi-Fi services at the mall.
Airtel Nigeria has announced the introduction of its Smart Number service. According to the company, the Smart Number service essentially allows individuals to use an additional line or number on their original Airtel SIM card.
As part of efforts to deepen financial access in Nigeria, Access Bank, in partnership with Airtel Nigeria, has introduced the Smart Savers initiative. The initiative will enable Airtel customers open bank accounts directly from their mobile phones without the bureaucracy and complexities of traditional banking.
Bharti Airtel, the world’s third largest telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Africa and Asia, has reached a significant milestone in Nigeria as its subscriber base in the country hit 31 million.
As part of its contribution towards Federal Government’s efforts to deepen financial inclusion in the country, leading telecoms operator, Airtel Nigeria, has collaborated with payment solution provider, Wari, to provide an innovative payment platform for Nigerians.
In line with its commitment to continually provide innovative solutions that will enhance the daily lives of Nigerians, leading telecommunications operator, Airtel Nigeria, has launched a mobile app aimed at improving delivery of diesel in Nigeria.