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The demand for telecom services and connectivity is accelerating in Angola. To meet this demand, Unitel is increasing its investments in extending its network across the country. Angolan mobile phone operator Unitel has extended its northern submarine cable to Cabinda province. The objective of this initiative is to improve the quality of telecom services and Internet access...

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The American Africell entered the Angolan telecom market in April 2022, promising to usher in a new era of competition. Unitel, the market leader, is making strategic investments to stay ahead. Angolan telecommunications operator Unitel has chosen Chinese technology giant Huawei as a strategic partner for its future projects. The two companies recently signed a three-year agreement...

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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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Multinational ICT and connectivity solutions provider Angola Cables believes the Miami Point-of-Presence (PoP) is a significant resource for any sized enterprise looking to leverage global connectivity. The company asserts that this resource offers an international cross-connectivity location for businesses to manage data, applications and services between the USA, Latin America, Europe and Africa. This centralised...

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Angola’s State Assets & Participations Management Institute (Instituto de Gestao de Activos e Participacoes do Estado, IGAPE) announced on its website an extension to the deadline for proposals in the public tender of a 90% ownership stake in corporate broadband provider Multitel. IGAPE disclosed that within the scope of Angola’s Privatisation Programme (2019-2022) the deadline for submitting proposals...