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Since last year, Unitel SA has been impatient for 5G. The company has also engaged in discussions with the regulator on the availability of essential resources. It intends to offer an enhanced telecoms experience and to dominate the national telecoms market. The Angolan mobile operator Unitel SA revealed, Tuesday, October 12, that it had already invested the...

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After more than a year of preparation, Africell is fine-tuning the final details before the imminent launch of its services in the Angolan telecoms market. The company, which has acquired the expertise of several international companies, intends to quickly build up solid market shares. The mobile operator Africell signed a service agreement on Friday October 8...

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In 2019, the Angolan government initiated a vast program of economic transformation through the restructuring of several public enterprises. Unlike several companies in the telecoms sector, which have been privatized, a less radical fate seems to be in store for the incumbent. The government of the Republic of Angola has officially started looking for a partner...

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A new fibre optic link connecting Angola and DRC has gone live, bringing high speed internet to cities and towns along the 600km route. Paratus Group’s Internet Technologies Angola (ITA) said on Monday that completion of the link will boost internet connectivity for the region – including municipalities such as Nzeto, Tomboco and Mbanza, as well...

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Angola’s mobile market leader Unitel has launched its mobile money service Unitel Money via its 100%-owned subsidiary Unitel Servicos de Pagamentos Moveis. The new mobile digital wallet platform – developed in partnership with Huawei – allows users to send/receive/deposit money and make instant payments, with around 1,000 agents throughout the country facilitating withdrawals/deposits. Unitel is...

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Angola’s parliament has unanimously approved a law authorising President Joao Lourenco to grant tax and customs exemptions to Africell, the fourth Angolan ‘Unified Global’ telecoms licensee, which is preparing to launch commercial mobile network services in December 2021. As reported by Lusa, Angola’s telecoms minister Manuel Homem told parliament that Africell had invested ‘close to...

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Nokia has signed a deal to deploy its comprehensive network technologies to Angola’s new mobile telecommunications operator, Africell, to provide 2G, 3G and 4G services in the capital city Luanda. According to a statement released to the media, the deal significantly expands the footprint of both companies in Africa. The companies assert that by deploying...