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The demand for broadband connectivity continues to accelerate in Africa. In Zambia, the government wants to help telecom operators build their capacity to better meet this demand in a context of accelerated digital transformation. Telecom operator MTN Zambia is working with the Zambian government to commercially launch fifth-generation (5G) mobile technology in Zambia on November 24. This...

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MTN Nigeria had already acquired a first 5G license in December 2021 during an auction organized for this purpose by the regulator. The company is also the only one currently providing ultra-broadband services in Nigeria.  Telecom operator MTN Nigeria has applied to participate in the new telecom spectrum auction for 5G that the Nigerian Communications Commission...

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Vodacom Tanzania has launched 5G fixed wireless access routers to enable homes and offices to access 5G internet. In September, Vodacom Tanzania launched the country’s first 5G network and recently acquired spectrum portfolios that it intends to use for network expansions and investments, including 5G deployments. Vodacom Tanzania Director Enterprise Business Unit Director, Arjun Dhillon...

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Huawei has committed to doubling its uptake in the fifth generation (5G) networks in Nigeria and other parts of Africa as demand from telecom operators rises. Its Strategy and Marketing President, Peng Song, gave the commitment during the 13 Global Mobile Broadband Forum, held in Bangkok, Thailand, said the 5G business of the company has...

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Kenyan telecoms company Safaricom has launched its 5G home broadband service on a commercial basis, having piloted the fixed wireless access (FWA) network since March 2021. Three home 5G tariffs are advertised, offering speeds of 10Mbps and a monthly data allowance of 300GB for KES3,499 (USD28.7) per month, 40Mbps and 500GB of data for KES5,999...