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The Covid-19 has increased the social and economic interest of the Internet around the world. Anticipating the continued growth in consumer demand for connectivity, Ooredoo Group is also preparing the telecoms networks in its African markets to respond effectively. Ooredoo Algeria and Ooredoo Tunisia will see their telecoms network evolve towards 5G by 2026. Like the...

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Ooredoo Algeria has taken a step closer to its ambition to offer its subscribers a resilient network capable of withstanding unexpected situations. The telecoms company has succeeded in increasing its mobile backhaul capacity to 10 Gbps. Siae Microelettronica gave him a boost for this qualitative leap. The mobile operator Ooredoo Algeria announced on October 21, 2020 the...

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From next month, Algeria will connect to a new submarine fiber optic cable. Brahim Boumzar the Minister of Telecoms revealed it on September 7th. This will be the 4 th infrastructure broadband telecom that will tie the country after the SEA-ME-WE 4, the Medex and Orval. Algerian Post and Telecommunications Minister Brahim Boumzar announces Algeria’s connection next month to...

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Algerian telecommunications services provider Djezzy has completed a trial of Nokia ultra-high network capacity technology initiated to meet the demand from increasing mobile traffic. Djezzy trialled Nokia’s Wavence microwave transport solution, with a capacity of 8.5Gbps over a distance of 5.7km. With its reduced latency and high capacity, the partners said the solution will allow...

The Egyptian company Global Telecom Holding (GTH) has agreed to sell the rest of its shares in Djezzy (Algerian mobile phone operator), including the underwater fiber optic system MedCable, to the Dutch telecom group VEON Ltd . The operation, which is valued at 70.195 billion Algerian dinars (585,334,410 USD), is part of a larger-scale procedure. Indeed,...

Algeria and Tunisia have committed to ending roaming surcharges. At the 3rd joint Technical Committee for Cooperation in Post and ICT, held recently in Algiers, Houda-Imane Feraoun, Algeria’s Minister of Post and ICT, said regulatory authorities of both countries will ensure their trade is transparent to customers traveling on both sides of the border –...

The Minister of Post, Telecommunications, Technology and Digital, Houda-Imane Faraoun, revealed on January 13, 2019 that the Algerian Telecom group will invest at least 207 billion Algerian dinars (US $1.7 billion) in telecoms during the year 2019. Speaking on Channel III radio’s “Guest of the Editor” broadcast , the minister said 184 billion dinars (US $ 1.7 Billion)...