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Indian telecommunications operator, Bharti Airtel, may be returning to Ghana in the future, managers of the company have disclosed to government. According to Minister for Communications and Digitalization, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the covid-19 pandemic compelled many telecom operators to pull out from the African sub-region including the recent decision by owners of Airtel and Millicom to...

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Infratel Corporation Limited and Airtel Networks Zambia Plc have signed a tower colocation agreement that will allow Airtel to lease multiple installation-ready towers across the country’s ten provinces. According to the deal, signed on 22 March, Infratel will avail telecommunications tower infrastructure to Airtel to widen coverage. Infratel Corporation Limited, a company owned by the...

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Airtel Africa and Telkom have been placed under scrutiny after allegedly violating the quality of services across their networks. According to Gadgets Africa, The Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) believes both telcos failed to meet the minimum 80% threshold on quality of calls across 33 counties in 2020. “Telkom Kenya scored an average mark of 73%...

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Airtel Africa has announced that an application for the renewal of its Nigerian subsidiary’s spectrum licences has been approved by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). Airtel Nigeria’s 900MHz and 1800MHz spectrum licences were due to expire on 30 November 2021 but have now been extended for a further ten years, to 30 November 2031. Under...