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The Africell group has signed a partnership agreement with UK-based Perception TVCDN to launch a mobile TV service for Africell Angola customers, scheduled to launch in the fourth quarter of 2022, Agence Ecofin reports. ‘AfriTV’ will be available at no additional cost to Africell’s Angolan mobile network users, broadcasting major linear Portuguese-language TV channels and ‘new channels...

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Africell Mobile Company has in partnership with “Teach For Salone” and a Kenyan based organızation, Eneza, on Friday April 29th 2022, launched the TeachMi project at a ceremony held at Africell headquarters, Wilberforce in Freetown. The project is geared towards offering live lessons by teachers to pupils using Short Message Service (SMS) system. Speaking at...

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Africell Angola, which launched commercial mobile network services in the capital Luanda on 7 April, has disclosed its plans for phased expansion, with teams currently working to establish its 4G network in the provinces of Benguela and Huila, while also undertaking preliminary activities in the Cabinda exclave, newspaper Mercado reports. According to Africell executive director...

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In response to the arrival of new competitor Africell on 7 April, Angola’s established mobile operators Unitel and Movicel have both introduced tariff promotions in attempts to combat the threat from the newcomer. Market leader Unitel’s new ‘BAZZA’ tariff is aimed at ‘the multimedia generation’, with ‘more affordable prices’, inclusive of 60 minutes free-of-charge calls...

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In 2019, the American company Africell obtained the unified telecommunications license to launch Angola’s fourth telecom operator. The commercial launch, initially scheduled for the second half of 2021, has been postponed several times, in particular due to certain external challenges.  The Africell group, holder of Angola’s fourth unified telecom license, officially started its commercial activities in...

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Angola’s new mobile network operator Africell will launch its commercial services in the capital Luanda on 7 April, according to newspaper Novo Jornal’s sources who gave details of a launch ceremony to be held on that day. TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database says that Africell delayed its full mobile launch target window to April 2022 after disappointing...

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Start-up mobile operator Africell Angola – which in December 2021 declared its technical readiness to launch commercial consumer mobile services in Luanda – has reportedly pushed its launch target date back from Q1 to April 2022 after disappointing negotiations on infrastructure sharing with the country’s mobile market leader Unitel meant that it had to invest...

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A few days after the signing of a partnership with Angola Cables to guarantee its future customers quality connectivity, Africell unlocks a new strategic investment. With its new data center, the company aims to offer cutting-edge digital services. The mobile operator Africell Angola announced, Wednesday, October 20, the opening of a data center in Luanda. The technological...