Impact of Mobile Communication in Nigeria

Impact of Mobile Communication in Nigeria

Impact of Mobile Communication In Nigeria
Information Technology Academy Rivers State University of Science & Technology By
Prosper Njoku C. (ITA/2012/111984) January 2014

Table of Content
Title Page Table of Content Abstract Chapter One Chapter Two Introduction To Mobile Communication History of Mobile Communication Mobile Communication Technology Mobile Communication/Phone Operator Top Five Mobile Phone Vendors Features of Mobile Communication Chapter Three Chapter Four Mobile Communications In Nigeria Market Penetration of Mobile Communication In Nigeria The Impact of Mobile Communication In Nigeria Positive Impacts of Mobile Communication In Nigeria. Negative Impacts of Mobile Communication In Nigeria Some Important Statistics Chapter Five References Conclusion 1 2 3 4 7 10 12 13 14 16 19 20 21 26 29 30 31

Mobile Communication is a form of communication network that does not involve cable or wire connection between two entities. The current mobile communications technologies are Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Before cell phones were popularized, people usually communicated with other people by landline telephone or fax. An obvious benefit to mobile devices, such as cell phones, is the ability to make and receive phone calls regardless of your location. So long as you can get a signal to your mobile provider's network, and you have an active account, you can make phone calls to destinations around the world. Cell phones also allow other people to reach you without having to call a static landline. This began mobile communications.


Chapter One – Introduction Mobile Communication
When we now talk about mobile communication we speak about ability to send and receive both data, voice, signal, and text without the connectivity of two wires together. This is made possible by various trends of technological developments in Mobile Communications. In today’s world, every day, we...

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