One World Communications LTD.

2005 | Lagos, Nigeria | 10 - 50 Employees


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About One World Communications LTD.

One world Communications Limited is the flagship Company of One World Group. The Company is an integrated telecommunications service provider. The Company together with its subsidiaries offers a chain of wireless (code division multiple access (CDMA) and global system for mobile (GSM), including third generation (3G) services), wireline, national long distance, international, voice, data, video, direct-to-home (DTH) and Internet based communications services under various business units organized into customer facing business segments: wireless, global and broadband. The Company also owns through its subsidiaries, a global submarine cable network infrastructure and offers managed services, managed internet and application delivery services.
One World Communications Company Profile
One World Communications main focus is to provide an effective and affordable advertising vehicle to business, organization and brands in order to reach their target market.
A customer led company aimed at providing creative concepts and ideas to improve a business, organization and brands position in it's particular market. Using marketing disciplines such as general advertising, personal selling, sales promotion, public relations and sponsorship.

Our goal on all advertising is to attract the target audience attention that creates an interest by establishing feelings of desire to bring about an action to purchase a service or product.

To be without equal in integrity, sincerity, service and quality, specializing as an adverting and printing practitioner.
Fundamental Guidelines:
• Maintain the highest levels of honesty and integrity in all aspects of the business.
• Absolute commitment to quality.
• Commitment to customer care and service.

The need for mobility, in the workplace as well as in our everyday lives, has driven rapid growth in the wireless communications services industry, which delivers voice and data over mobile telephones, pagers, and handheld computers. More recently, the promise of the mobile Internet has added to imaginative ways that consumers and professionals alike utilize these services, which increasingly are being personalized to appeal to the individual user while fitting on smaller devices.
The switch from analog to digital networks has been responsible for rapid growth in the wireless communications industry. Digitalization permits greater traffic capacity, lower prices, and better sound quality, as well as opening the door to innovative data and Internet services.
Division Multiple Access (TDMA), Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), and the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM). European nations and much of the rest of the world have adopted the GSM standard, making it easier for customers to use their mobile phones in different countries and spurring the development of customized data services.
The Internet has kept alive the promise of continued growth. Carriers such as Vodafone, NTT DoCoMo, and Sprint PCS, have rolled out mini-browser services and e-mail access, and competitors have followed suit. As more and more consumers are able to access the Internet through wireless devices, service providers hope to persuade users to shop and entertain themselves using these Web-enabled phones and other devices. Advertisers aim to steer users into the nearest store with marketing messages beamed directly to the consumer.
Pagers, which were once cast aside as mobile voice services became more common and less expensive, have proved to be popular vehicles for wireless e-mail delivery as both messaging devices and networks have been improved.
To meet the demands of the future, operators are laying the groundwork for so-called 3G networks, the third-generation infrastructure that follows first-generation analog and second-generation digital systems. Service providers have paid billions of dollars for 3G licenses in national auctions in Europe. These prices proved inflated following the downturn that has so adversely affected the telecom industry. The huge debts that wireless operators have accumulated buying licenses and developing networks have been coupled with the lack of a so-called "killer application" to drive consumers to the newest technologies.
Though the number of people using wireless communications devices has surpassed 1 billion, mobile phone subscriber growth, which has outstripped expectations for years, has nearly halted, except in underdeveloped nations. Wireless telecom operators have been forced to accept that increasing competitiveness in the industry and declining numbers of subscribers are the reality.
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