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TELECOMS AND ICT NEWS
Webafrica is in the process of migrating from Internet Solutions to its own infrastructure provider in partnership with a number of parties, including Echo Service Provider. The ISP confirmed that it is working on the deployment of a new network, which it says is completely different to the platform it currently uses, following questions from
MTN Nigeria Communications has signed a seven-year NGN 200 billion medium term facility with a consortium of seven banks. Chief executive officer Ferdi Moolman said the agreement is with a consortium of seven mostly local banks, with Citibank acting as coordinator and Quantum Zenith as facility agent. Moolman said the medium-term facility would enable MTN
Tata Communications Transformation Services (TCTS) said it’s partnering with Africa Development Solutions (ADS Group) to facilitate building a fibre infrastructure backbone across Africa and enable a digital economy that can empower societies and communities, in line with the smarty Africa vision. TCTS will perform pre-feasibility assessments with ADS for African nations, studying existing as well
Last Saturday’s listing of MTN Nigeria shares on the Premium Board of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has made it possible to identify the shareholders of the telecoms firm. Many Nigerians believed the Nigerian government owned part of the South African firm through an unspecified equity holding by the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA). But,