Friday, 27 October 2017

12 Proofs NaijaTaxi is Scam/Fraud & Ponzi!!!

NaijaTaxi is a Nigerian Taxi company that promise rides in some states and its registered in Nigeria. Majorly, it accrues its income from its affiliate marketers who promotes its business name using the popular social media, Facebook.

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

How to make at least #40,000 monthly on NaijaTaxi

Looking for a steady way to make money. You are at the right place now. It's NAIJA TAXI
Are you looking for a steady way to make money online? Are you an affiliate marketer? Are you an online entrepreneur? Then this is an avenue for you to make extra money. It is from NaijaTaxi.

Monday, 2 October 2017

Why recharging from banks is not profitable

in a country like Nigeria with so many jobless people, innovations like recharging from the banks might be a good idea but for a labour intensive economy like ours, it should be reconsidered. some are even trying to make a living selling some common items like recharge cards.

Sunday, 18 June 2017

How to Save your AC Adapter

Some of us are so busy in our daily lives using innovative technologies and devices that we forget to even know about these amazing devices work, even more so when we're talking about laptops. Most of us don’t know the internal mechanism and how everything operates in that square box.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

JAMB Dumps Computer-Based Test For ‘eight-key Device’

THE Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced its resolve to abolish Computer Based Test (CBT ) method for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME ) due to low computer literacy level of candidates .

Monday, 20 March 2017

WhatsApp brings back text Status it replaced with Stories

The Snapchatification of everything has resulted in backlash for WhatsApp, prompting it to revive its text Status option while keeping its image-based replacement. The move shows how social apps must quickly react to feedback if they make a false step in modernizing to adapt to visual communication.
In mid-February, WhatsApp removed the feature that let you set an away message, and then gave the Status name to a Snapchat Stories clone. But last week, text Statuses reappeared in the Android Beta version of WhatsApp in the About section of profiles.
Now, WhatsApp tells that About Status will roll out to all Android users over the next week and is coming soon to iPhone. Users can open the About section of their profile to set a text Status, and view other people’s by opening their contact when starting a new chat thread or looking at group chat info.

WhatsApp provided this statement:
“We heard from our users that people missed the ability to set a persistent text-only update in their profile, so we’ve integrated this feature into the ‘About’ section in profile settings. Now, the update will appear next to profile names anytime you view contacts, such as when creating a new chat or looking at Group info. At the same time, we’re continuing to build on the new Status feature that gives people fun and engaging ways to share photos, videos and GIFs with their friends and family throughout their day.”
WhatsApp’s new Snapchat-style Status stories haven’t received as much blowback from users as Facebook Messenger Day because WhatsApp sticks the feature in a separate tab instead of at the top of the list of active threads. But replacing a utilitarian communication feature with a whimsical content-based one broke the behavior patterns of too many users, so now WhatsApp is giving them both.

Both the new WhatsApp Status and Messenger Day provide an obvious opportunity for these chat apps to monetize by injecting ads between friends’ slideshows. They also could limit Snapchat’s growth and prepare the products for a future more focused around visual communication. Yet the launches have led some to believe the features are more designed to fulfill Facebook’s desires than users’. Rapid responses to feedback could keep these utilities from alienating their billion-plus audiences.

Saturday, 18 March 2017

Has economic recession affected data consumption in Nigeria?

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As badly as recession is hitting Nigerians, it has not affected the consumption of data.

Nigeria Communication Commission, NCC said at the commision headquarters in Abuja that Nigerians had spent 3.66 Trillion Naira on telecommunication services in 2015 and 2016 respectively.

Prof. Umar Dambatta, Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, said; Nigerian spent  $5.6 billion in 2015 and $6.6 billion in 2016 which is making $12.2 billion ( 3.6trillion naira) on calls and data at an average rate of 300Naira.
So that analysis shows that the N3.66 trillion spent by Nigerians Telecom subscribers are more than half of the 2017 annual budget of 7.298 trillion naira.

He said; Nigerians Telecom subscribers or consumers spent a whooping $5.6 billion in 2015 and in 2016, it was topped with $1 billion which is making $6.6 billion.

NCC said that just as their patronage is important, the consumer will be our focus as they will keep bringing out new initiatives to achieve high quality of service by the service providers.

So to summarize it all, 2017 has the most Telecom subscribers that consumes alot of data and calls in Nigeria.

What do you think of this?