MTN Nigeria recently launched a new regime of hourly data plans for their internet subscribers known as the MTN Simple Surf.
However, for users of their bundle plans who migrated to the hourly plans, I am sure you have noticed a drastic change in the speeds?
Lets have your say and what you are currently experiencing, with regards the speeds you are getting on the hourly plans and what you get on the bundle plans.
Lets discuss! Feel free to share your experiences in the comments below.
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A picture is worth a thousand words, but a popular photo-sharing app is worth far more: Facebook announced it is purchasing Instagram for $1 billion.
To put the sale in perspective, the Wall Street Journal’s Dennis K. Berman tweeted: “Remember this day. 551-day-old Instagram is worth $1 billion. 116-year-old New York Times Co.: $967 million.”
The purchase of the San Francisco-based photo-sharing app is the largest financial acquisition in Facebook’s history and is being made in cash. The deal will be completed by June, according to the AP. Continue reading
Millions of Internet users in Iran will be permanently denied access to the World Wide Web and cut off from popular social networking sites and email services, as the government has announced its plans to establish a national Intranet within five months.
In a statement released Thursday, Reza Taghipour, the Iranian minister for Information and Communications Technology, announced the setting up of a national Intranet and the effective blockage of services like Google, Gmail, Google Plus, Yahoo and Hotmail, in line with Iran’s plan for a “clean Internet.”
The government is set to roll out the first phase of the project in May, following which Google, Hotmail and Yahoo services will be blocked and replaced with government Intranet services like Iran Mail and Iran Search Engine. At this stage, however, the World Wide Web, apart from the aforementioned sites, will still be accessible. Continue reading