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Nigerian invents device to replace GSM recharge cards

Monday 19 March 2018 | 09:14 CET | News
Nigerian scientist Michael Friday has invented a device called Mobile Intercom to relieve telecom subscribers from buying recharge cards, reports CommunicationsWeek. Friday explained that the quest to free Nigerians from over-dependence on highly expensive, imported telecom services, informed his decision to come up with the innovative idea. 

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