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Benin: ISOCEL officially launches in Sèmè City the first phase of deployment of its optical fiber network
Cotonou, April 17, 2019 ISOCEL has officially launched the first phase of deployment of its fiber optic network at the headquarters of the Sèmè City Development Agency in Cotonou. This initial phase represents the deployment of a 70 Km long optical fiber access network in Cotonou’s neighborhoods. The infrastructure, already available in several areas of the
REPUBLIC OF ANGOLA MINISTRY OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES Press release (Translated) TELSTAR WINS PUBLIC COMPETITION FOR THE NEW UNIFIED GLOBAL TITLE Considering the need to promote the competition in the communications market and diversified supply of services and quality products at a price accessible, the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology (MTTI) was authorized by
MTN Cameroon’s proposed tariff plan for 2019 has been rejected by the Cameroon Telecommunications Regulatory Board (TRB). The regulator rejected the operator’s technical offering and pricing conditions for access and sharing of network infrastructure because it reportedly did not respect certain proposals made by regulator’s board. TRB had recommended that MTN Cameroon reduce the cost of interconnection
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has designated the Ghana Communications Authority (NCA) as a certified partner for its quality of service training program (QoSTP). A licensing agreement was signed between Joe Anokye, the ANC Director General, and Doreen Bogdan-Martin, Director of the ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau, after the Ghana Telecom Regulator met the conditions defined