In April’s special highlight of the Opera Mobile Web Report, it answers the question: “In which countries do users browse social sites the most via their handsets?”
In the infographic below, Opera looks at the percentage of users who visit…
Nigeria has become the 5th largest opera mini user in the world, according to the latest Opera State of the Mobile Web report for March 2011.
With this new record, Nigeria has displaced South Africa (now placed 7th) as the…
There are two things that you can’t take away from Nigerians: Facebook and News.
If you give a Nigerian a mobile phone with internet access, he’ll most likely visit Facebook or search for news on Google.
And just make…
The growth of Opera Mini users in Nigeria has increased by over 300 percent since November 2009.
This is shown from Opera’s State of the Mobile Web report for November 2010 which ranks Nigeria 8th above the U.S and Brazil.…
Last year, I wrote about Punch Newspapers subscription-based mobile news service called MobilePunch which attracted a lot of criticism given the fact that it simply makes no sense for users to pay to read news on…
Tayo founded Pagatech in April 2009 with a vision to enable a cashless society and bank…
In the recently released State of the Mobile Web Report by Opera.com, Nigeria is the 9th largest country in the world in terms of Opera Mini usage pushing out Poland to become one of the Top 10…
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