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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...

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Angolan private sector investment company GAFP Investimentos e Participacoes (GAFP) has become the largest shareholder in the country’s second largest mobile operator Movicel, with a 38% direct stake, Expansao reports. Furthermore, state-owned fixed line operator Angola Telecom (AT) has retaken the 18% stake in Movicel it previously relinquished. Movicel owes significant debts to AT, which had threatened...

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State-owned fixed line operator Angola Telecom (AT) will retake the 18% stake in cellco Movicel which it sold at the end of 2019, reports Expansao. Movicel owes significant debts to AT, which has threatened to cut off interconnection with the mobile operator, and the proposed share deal forms part of a planned solution to the...

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Angola’s government is proceeding with an international tender for a concession to manage, operate and expand Angola Telecom’s national and metropolitan transport backbone network, Novo Jornal reports. The plan aims to attract private sector expertise, with the chosen company also expected to train staff at the state-backed telco, under a wider strategy to ‘make the...

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Angola’s mobile market leader Unitel is waiting for the telecoms regulator – Angolan Institute of Communications (Instituto Angolano das Comunicacoes, INACOM) – to allocate 5G frequencies and issue permission for fifth-generation network operations to launch, according to company director-general Miguel Geraldes, quoted by newspaper Valor Economico. Geraldes said that Unitel was in consultations with INACOM regarding 5G development,...

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Broadband connectivity is currently a popular product around the world. Guaranteeing companies’ access to high quality is the objective set by Angola Cables, which wants to become a world benchmark supplier. Angola Cables has strengthened the data capacities of its international submarine fiber optic cable called MONET. 2.2 terabits were added to the network segments connecting Miami...