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NCC: $100 million debts delay takeover of 9mobile

Fresh facts have emerged on why the sale of 9mobile still lingers despite the declaration of Teleology Holdings Limited as the preferred bidder by Barclays Africa, the financial adviser handling the sale.

NCC orders fresh due diligence on preferred bidder for 9Mobile

Confusion has again hit the bid for 9Mobile as the communications sector regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Wednesday said it had ordered fresh due diligence on the preferred bidder selected for the telecom firm.

Teleology Holdings gets 20 day extension for 9Mobile deal

The bid for the sale of 9mobile equities followed disagreement between Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited (EMTS), formerly trading as Etisalat Nigeria, and the banks to restructure the repayment of a seven-year mid-term facility secured by the telco to service an existing loan and expand its network in 2013.

9mobile subscribers demand for improved quality of service

Subscribers of the 9mobile network in Abuja have appealed to the Telelogy, the new owner to ensure that it improves the Quality of Service for customers’ satisfaction.

Boye Onasanya: 9mobile will be sold to Teleology

The chief executive officer (CEO) of 9mobile, Boye Onasanya, has finally confirmed that the telecommunications company, formerly known as Etisalat Nigeria, will be sold to Teleology Holdings.

Teleology confirmed as preferred bidder of 9mobile

Barclays Africa, the financial adviser handling the sale of 9mobile, Wednesday finally put to rest several media speculations about the actual sale of 9mobile.

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