The purpose of this study is to determine the socio-economic benefits of mobile phone to crop farmers in Rogun, Kapada, Lade districts as well as Pategi in Pategi Local Government Area in Kwara State. The aim why this research project is being conducted are: In specific, smallholder farmers have poor market infrastructure, insufficient marketing experience, and inadequate agricultural inputs. These farmers want to access information about new technologies before they can consider adopting them and thus look up to research and extension agents as sources of new technologies. Development of agricultural productivity will be understood when farmers are connected to market information. Nevertheless, one key challenge in many rural areas is that farmers generally have no way of knowing the costs of inputs before they travel to the market because of poor communication facilities. They often have to depend on middlemen who take benefit of this unawareness.