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  2. List of banks in Nigeria - Wikipedia

    Keystone Bank Limited; Polaris Bank Limited. The successor to Skye Bank Plc. Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc; Standard Chartered; Sterling Bank Plc; Titan Trust Bank Limited; Unity Bank Plc; Wema Bank Plc; This is a list of commercial banks with Regional Authorization in Nigeria, arranged alphabetically: Globus Bank Limited; Parallex Bank Limited ...

  3. Internet access - Wikipedia

    Although a connection to a LAN may provide very high data-rates within the LAN, actual Internet access speed is limited by the upstream link to the ISP. LANs may be wired or wireless. Ethernet over twisted pair cabling and Wi-Fi are the two most common technologies used to build LANs today, but ARCNET , Token Ring , LocalTalk , FDDI , and other ...

  4. List of banks in Sierra Leone - Wikipedia

    Sierra Leone Commercial Bank; Standard Chartered Bank (Sierra Leone) Rokel Commercial Bank; Guaranty Trust Bank (Sierra Leone) Union Trust Bank; First International Bank; First Bank of Nigeria, formerly International Commercial Bank; Access Bank Sierra Leone; Ecobank; Skye Bank; United Bank for Africa; Zenith Bank; Keystone Bank; Community banks

  5. Israelis exploit the aquifers of this basin by means of 300 deep groundwater wells to the west of the Green Line, as well as by deep wells within the West Bank boundary. Palestinians who have access to pre-existing wells and springs may draw on them, but are, as opposed to Israeli settlements, are forbidden to drill new wells.

  6. Internet in Africa - Wikipedia

    According to 2011 estimates, about 13.5% of the African population has Internet access. While Africa accounts for 15.0% of the world's population, only 6.2% of the World's Internet subscribers are Africans. Africans who have access to broadband connections are estimated to be in percentage of 1% or lower.

  7. Internet in Portugal - Wikipedia

    Portugal Telecom was also the first to deploy fiber in the country, being that ZON, Vodafone and Sonae followed with their deployment after being denied access to Portugal Telecom's infrastructure. Sonae. Sonaecom started operations in 1999, soon after the government opened the telecommunications market to competition. The company started by ...