Warranty And Guaranty: What I Should Know As A Nigerian Consumer

My wife and I got talking when she returned home from the sales and marketing of some electronics products she recently dabbled into. As expected, the market terrain for products considered as “Luxury” was a bit tough, no thanks to the biting economic crunch. She complained about how dealers are unwilling to make purchases because […]

Choosing The Right Washing Machine: A Guide For The Nigerian Consumer

Today, washing machine is a must-have in the house. The benefit of having one at home is immense for families in Nigeria. As vital as this is, it is equally very important to be sure that you acquire a washing machine that meets your specific laundry requirement. Hope the following guide helps you to take […]

Blackberry Launches Hub+ For Android

BlackBerry has announced the launch of a software licensing program for its Mobility Solutions business by introducing the BlackBerry Hub+ for Android. The Hub+ is a suite of applications that includes the BlackBerry Hub, calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, device search, launcher and password keeper applications for Android smartphones. An important initiative of the Mobility Solutions unit […]

My Lagos – Accra Road Trip Experience

This is write-up is a fallout of an experience my wife and I recently had on our trip to Accra, Ghana. She (my wife) was actually scheduled to write an exam there and we saw that as a great opportunity for a mini vacation. Our decision to travel by road was not only informed by the […]

How protected are Nigerian consumers?

It is a common practice in this civilized age for nations to make laws that are designed to protect the interest of its citizenry in the course of buying and using goods or services. This action, usually referred to as consumer protection, guards against exploitation of consumers, reduce risk of exposure to harm from the […]

Growing menace of fake bulbs and other lamps in Nigeria

In this year alone (2013), I have replaced bulbs in my home more than I have done in several years put together. In fact, these days, I have resorted to ignoring the need to replace any burnt bulb because of the rate at which these bulbs go bad. Some don’t even work for up to […]

Again, MTN Nigeria make changes to call/SMS tariff structure

Once again, MTN Nigeria has made modifications to its calls/SMS tariff regime. This is coming within a period of just about four weeks, when an extensive tariff plan review by the telecom giant saw the introduction of MTN TruTalk, MTN SmoothTalk, MTN SuperSaver Plus and MTN iPulse. With the latest changes, MTN SuperSaver Plus and […]

34.5m subscribers in Nigeria use data on internet – NCC

Only 34,471,520 customers out of the 114.172 million active subscribers on the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) networks use data. The Internet Subscriber Data released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on its website showed that 79,700,920 subscribers were yet to use data on the Internet as at the first quarter of 2013. A […]

Samsung introduces GALAXY S4 Zoom

Samsung announced the Galaxy S4 Zoom on Wednesday, 12th of June, 2013; an Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) operated camera phone that completely redefines the way people used the term back in the days when handsets either had cameras or didn’t. In fact, according to Gigaom.com, it is the first “phomera”. As part of the GALAXY […]

MTN Nigeria Reviews Call Rates

MTN Nigeria has reviewed its calls rates. This recent review sees the introduction of one new package – MTN TruTalk and a modification of three existing packages – MTN Smooth (now Smooth Talk Plus), MTN Pulse (now iPulse) and SuperSaver (now SuperSaver Plus). See a breakdown of these packages below. MTN TruTalk Overview of Key […]

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