Google For Nigeria : All The Highlights You Need

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Google for Nigeria is an event by Google where it announces products and programs targeted at people living in Nigeria to help them access the internet better. This year’s edition is the second Google for Nigeria event and like it’s predecessor brought so many programs and products from Google to Nigeria including: 1. Google Station:
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This is a post that teaches you how to clone WhatsApp. It can be used for anything. From having your WhatsApp on 2 devices with the same number or to check if your partner is cheating on you. It’s a simple tech that is from WhatsApp itself. So don’t think you are “Hacking” or doing
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Every tech entrepreneur’s dream is to found the newest and hottest startup in town but what you find out is that most of these startups lose steam and traction before the year runs out and with the dreams of the founders. So what mistakes could make your startup fail? Paul Graham, co-founder of Y Combinator
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So, Ntel has increased its Unlimited Monthly data plan tariff to N17,500 from N12,500. Many users are not going to be happy with this. So, Ntel has increased its Unlimited Monthly data plan tariff to N17,500 from N12,500. — Mister Mo (@moverick) December 7, 2017

With TSTV preparing to take the Nigerian market by storm come October 1, we have decided to compile this list of all accredited TSTV dealers, distributors, sales agents, installers and TSTV offices across all the states of Nigeria. Please note that this list is not exhaustive and will be updated as more dealers are added by
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This is to inform the general public that the official unveiling and launch of TStv Africa will be transmitted live on AIT network from 6-9pm today, 1st October, 2017.

TSTV is launching today and I going to get it for sure. It is just N5,000 for the disk plus a month premium subscription minus installation. Am getting it because: 1) I love sports so much especially football. I prefer to watch sports than movies. TSTV not yet launch, haven’t tasted the service but with
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With TSTV about to dominate the Nigerian PayTv market and positive goodwill their are receiving from Nigerians who are tired of DSTV’s monopoly hold on the market, we here at Onwaweb have decided to compile a list of the frequently asked questions TSTV customers have about the brand.  1: Can I buy your decoder in one state (Lagos) and
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Facebook has been integrating all its services together since it bought Instagram and WhatsApp. The latest addition/update is the addition of WhatsApp and Instagram links to the Facebook App.  If you are yet to receive the update, just chill, you will soon get it. But then you should be aware that all it does is
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Telecom Satelite Television (TSTV) is a Pay-As-You-Consume Cable TV that will launch on 1st October 2017. TSTV is an indigenous Nigerian Cable company operated by ABS and Telecom Satellites TV which promises to provide a wide range of entertainment of options for the cheapest buck in a bid to push DSTV off its monopoly hold
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