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Mobile operator Vodacom Mozambique announces the improvement of its 3G network across the country. This technical performance, the telecom company reveals that it is the result of a multi-year service agreement signed with the provider of telecom satellite services, Intelsat SA. Indeed, thanks to its Intelsat EpicNG broadband satellite platform, Intelsat SA has upgraded the network operated
Teleology, the preferred investor who acquired the assets of 9nobile Nigeria yesterday appointed a new Board of directors for the mobile operator. This follows the expiration of the tenure of the board appointed by the tenure of the former Board appointed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and in fulfillment of the consequential transfer
While Telkom’s mobile business is a picture of good health, its fixed-line operation is looking sickly. The number of fixed access lines in service has fallen by almost 10% in the 12 months to 30 September 2018, from 2.84 million to 2.57 million. Fixed broadband subscribers, including fibre and copper customers, declined by 2.5% to 974 000. Fixed-line
MTN Group’s Rwanda unit is considering a share sale on the country’s stock exchange to help fund planned network upgrades. The move would follow an initial public offering of MTN’s Ghanaian division earlier this year, pursued by Africa’s largest wireless carrier in exchange for new spectrum. MTN’s Nigeria business has pledged to sell shares in Lagos,