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Vodacom and Cell C have reached a secret agreement which is behind the recent migration of Cell C’s contract and broadband user base to Vodacom’s network. On 13 January 2021, Cell C sent out a statement which announced: “the migration process has started with contract and broadband customers”. This was a month after the migration actually started....

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African telecoms operators are currently facing a growing demand for quality connectivity. The new satellite launched by China could help them respond. It could even allow them to attack new market niches.   The People’s Republic of China successfully launched a new mobile communications satellite on Wednesday, January 20. This is Tiantong 1-03, developed and built by the...

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The new establishment regulation of ethio telecom approved by the Council of Ministers two weeks ago allows the company to invest in the international market, the telecom giant announced in a press briefing held at Hyatt Regency Hotel on January 21, 2020. The new establishment regulation gives ethio telecom the right to engage in different...

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Alphabet’s progressive Loon project is shutting down across the globe after nine years of exploration and final pilot. According to the company, the project’s roadmap to commercialisation was not fruitful as it had hoped. “So we’ve made the difficult decision to close down Loon. In the coming months, we’ll begin winding down operations and it...

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Mobile Telecommunications (MTC), Namibia’s largest mobile network operator (MNO) by subscribers, has revealed that its 081Every1 project to expand network coverage throughout the country has been hindered by the COVID-19 pandemic, reports Xinhuanet. Speaking at the publication of the company’s 2019/2020 annual report in Windhoek, MTC CEO Licky Erasmus revealed that whereas phase one of the project, comprising the...

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In view of all the advantages offered by digital technology, demonstrated with the coronavirus crisis, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has decided to embrace it. But to achieve this, the government first wants to improve people’s access to the Internet. On January 17 and 18, 2021, Christian Katende, president of the Congo Post and Telecommunications...

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Liquid Telecom is undergoing major changes – including a rebranding and a revised strategy for the next financial year. Last year, the company announced a rebranding to “Liquid Intelligent Technologies”, as well as restructuring which saw it retrench a number of employees. Its new strategy is to reposition its product set and move away from...

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Following Google parent Alphabet’s decision on Thursday to kill off its Loon Internet balloon start-up, Vodacom Group has said it will no longer proceed with a Loon project to deliver communications in rural Mozambique. “Vodacom Mozambique will regrettably no longer be able to proceed with its Internet balloon project following Alphabet’s closure of Project Loon,” the company said...