TELECOMS

Telecel Go reduces cost of calls to all networks

Telecel Go reduces cost of calls to all networks

Telecel has launched a new pre-paid service platform called Telecel Go, which removes the boundaries between networks and reduces the cost of calls across all networks significantly. Read More

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Vice President Dr Guy Scott makes a call from the new towerHuawei rolls out new base stations in Zambia Chinese communications equipment giant Huawei Technologies has launched the first of a series of 169 base ...
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Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda strike deal to lower roaming ratesKenya, Uganda, Rwanda strike deal to lower roaming rates Plans are underway to lower roaming rates among Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. Tanzania is not part ...
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Kenyans making longer calls - CAK ReportKenyans making longer calls - CAK Report Robust marketing by telecoms and lowered call rates saw Kenyans use mobile phones more in 2013 ...
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Wednesday 16 Apr

Telecom Namibia, XON Systems, Juniper Networks invest in network academy

NAMIBIA
Telecom Namibia has set up a Telecom Namibia Juniper Networks Academy in conjunction with XON Systems and Juniper Networks to boost the training of network engineersin its training facility.»
Tuesday 15 Apr

Nokia X excites Ghana smartphone lovers

GHANA
Nokia Ghana has unveiled one of its new smartphone products, the Nokia X, onto the Ghanaian mobile phone market.»
Monday 14 Apr

XDSL signs agreement with DFA, Conduct for more fibre

SOUTH AFRICA
Internet Service Provider XDSL has entered into an agreement with Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) and Conduct, DFA’s last-mile fibre network subsidiary. »
Monday 14 Apr

Glo clinches two new brand awards

NIGERIA
Globacom won two prestigious brand awards at two separate awards ceremonies in Lagos at the weekend.»
Friday 11 Apr

Airtel Chad awarded 3G/4G licence

CHAD
Bharti Airtel has been awarded a 3G/4G license by the Chad Government. »
Friday 11 Apr

Samsung unveils Galaxy S5 in Kenya

KENYA
Mobile phone maker Samsung has unveiled its latest smartphone, the Galaxy S5, in Kenya.»
Friday 11 Apr

Disruption looms in Kenyan telecoms

KENYA
With the entry of three more companies in Kenya’s mobile sector, telecoms competition is expected to be stepped up a notch. »
Friday 11 Apr

Safaricom sees strong Kenyan smartphone uptake

KENYA
Safaricom reports presales of over 300 Samsung Galaxy S5 units, as smartphone uptake increases in Kenya.»
Friday 11 Apr

Orange devolves broadband to Kenya counties

KENYA
ICT services provider Orange Telkom is targeting Kenya’s devolved governments with its high speed broadband offering.»
Thursday 10 Apr

Zambian consumers warned over unlicensed smartphone importers

ZAMBIA
Samsung Electronics Zambia has warned against buying handsets from unlicensed distributors.»
Tuesday 8 Apr

Rwandan mobile penetration nears 65%

RWANDA
Rwanda’s mobile subscriber numbers now stand at 6.8 million – up from 6.59 million at the end of last year.»
Saturday 5 Apr

Cofek challenges Kyalo appointment

KENYA
Cofek has challenged the appointment of the Information, Communication and Technology Authority Chief Executive, Mr Victor Kyalo.»
Friday 4 Apr

MTN maintains lead in Ghana

GHANA
MTN Ghana says it is still Ghana’s leading telco, but the company says taxes are challenging it and other players.»
Friday 28 Mar

CAK approves sale of YUMOBILE

KENYA
The Communications Authority of Kenya on 28th February, 2014 received applications from Safaricom Limited and Airtel Kenya Limited proposing to acquire the assets of Essar Telecom Limited.»
Friday 28 Mar

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 now in Kenya

KENYA
Samsung Electronics East Africa Ltd has launched the Galaxy Grand 2 into the Kenyan market. »
Thursday 27 Mar

Gayheart Mensah joins Vodafone Ghana as Head of External Affairs

GHANA
Vodafone Ghana has appointed Gayheart Mensah as Head of External Affairs.  »

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