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Orange, France’s dominant phone company, is starting preparations for a potential initial public offering of its Africa and Middle East unit, people familiar with the matter said. The firm has been interviewing advisers for the planned share sale, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private. Orange is weighing
Cape Town — MTN has taken a giant step in its network evolution plan towards fifth-generation cellular technology (5G) with the launch of a C-band 5G trial with Huawei. C-band, also called ‘golden band’ for 5G spectrum, is a valuable segment of spectrum and comprises of a frequency range of around 3.3 – 3.8GHz. At
Airtel Africa Plc has announced a proposed acquisition of an extra 10 MHz spectrum in the 900 MHZ band in Nigeria which is said to cost approximately $70 million. The agreement was signed between Airtel Nigeria and Intercellular Nigeria Limited but is pending regulatory approval by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). In a notice to
Telkom SA SOC Ltd. has offered to buy Cell C Pty Ltd. and merge South Africa’s two smallest mobile network operators in an effort to better compete against larger rivals, according to sources close to the matter. The bid reportedly includes a strategy to pay off Cell C’s debt and renegotiate contracts with its suppliers.