iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Review, Specs and Price in Nigeria

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iPhone 7 is currently the most powerful iPhone ever made. The advanced dual camera of the iPhone 7 plus is set to usher in a new era in mobile photography. The addition of two new colour variants (black and jet black) was welcomed by many, as they look better than the replaced space grey variant. iPhone 7 is reportedly 2x faster and more efficient than the iPhone 6S; thanks to the new A10 fusion processor. Also...

Tecno F6 - Specs and Price in Nigeria

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Tecno F6 which is a direct upgrade from Tecno F5 was released late last month (September). Rumour has it that Tecno released this phone to compete with its biggest low-budget smart phone competitor in Nigeria at the moment: the Infinix Zero. The Infinix Zero since...

Blackberry Z3 - Specs and Price in Nigeria

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Blackberry Z3 is Blackberry's latest low end phone selling at half the price of Blackberry Z30. The Z3 was initially produced for just the Indonesian market but it's now available in Nigeria and India. Its specs are decent; a little better than some low end android phone within its price range. It runs on the latest Blackberry 10 OS with...

Tecno Phantom Z - Specs and Price in Nigeria

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Tecno is at it again. Just months after the release of the R7, Tecno drops another phone into the African market: Tecno Phantom Z. Tecno adopts Apple's unibody design in the production of the Phantom Z; this simply means that all parts of the phone (such as the back cover, battery etc) are assembled or ...

Tecno R7 - Specs and Price in Nigeria

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Finally, Tecno R7 is here. Judging from the specs, the R7 is (arguably) the best phone the Chinese mobile phone maker, Tecno has produced. It is the much-awaited upgrade from Tecno D7 and it packs some mega features like its 2GB Ram (a first for Tecno) and its HD gorilla-glass-protected display...

How to Borrow Airtime from MTN, Etisalat, Glo and Airtel

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It's no longer news. You can borrow airtime from MTN, Glo, Etisalat and Airtel. The borrowed credit can be used for voice calls, data and/or any other billable service on the network. The loan is usually deducted from your next recharge.The available amount to borrow on most networks are: ₦50, ₦100, ₦200, ₦500...

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