Maiduguri - The Government has lifted the mobile phone blackout in Maiduguri, saying there were signs of improving security after months of blasts and attacks.
Signals were cut in three states in
May in a bid to disrupt the activities of Boko Haram.
The restoration of phone services was "in reaction to the improved
security situation and to relax the environment and ease tensions", said
military spokesperson Chris Olukolade.
The blackout has also hurt mobile phone companies including MTN, Gulf
operator Etisalat and India's Bharti Airtel who have millions of customers in