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Luanda — The Angolan Communications Institute (INACOM) started a register of the country’s existing telecommunications infrastructures in order to check their compliance with national and international technical standards and update its database. The register also aims to identify open technical infrastructures for sharing them between telecommunications operators, according to the “regulation on the legal regime...

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The Angolan telecom company Unitel will elect a new general administrator on September 12. He will replace Isabel dos Santos, who has resigned. Prosecuted by Angolan justice for embezzlement, it decided to give up its place following a conflict between shareholders. The Angolan mobile telephone operator Unitel announces the holding of an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders...

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Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos will leave her job in the administration of telecoms operator Unitel amid ongoing tensions between board members, Portugal’s news agency Lusa reported on Tuesday. Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos will leave her job in the administration of telecoms operator Unitel amid ongoing tensions between board members, Portugal’s news agency Lusa reported on...

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State-owned fixed line operator Angola Telecom (AT) has decided to cancel its mobile network launch partnership with start-up company Angorascom Telecomunicacoes, AT’s chairman Adilson dos Santos told a press conference, reported by news agency Lusa. In November 2019 Angorascom – associated with Egyptian tycoon Naguib Sawiris’ Orascom Investment Holding – was granted presidential permission to...

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Angola’s new mobile entrant Africell aims to launch services in mid-2021 under a plan to invest ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’ in the country, reports VerAngola. Africell’s chief investment officer Ian Paterson told news agency Lusa that Africell is in ‘advanced discussions with several financing partners’ while it expects to conclude final negotiations with Angola’s...

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The Angolan Internet Association (AAPSI) in partnership with Internet Technologies Angola (ITA) announced the upgrade of the Angola IXP (AO-IXP) internet exchange point, switching on a new interconnection node housed in ITA’s data centre. The AO-IXP website says that AAPSI’s new node, sponsored by ITA, improves the robustness and security of communications infrastructure in Angola, facilitating dynamic data exchange...

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Angola’s Ministry of Telecommunications & Information Technology (Ministerio das Telecomunicacoes e Technologias de Informacao, MTTI) released a statement yesterday confirming the government’s selection of Africell Holding to receive the country’s fourth Unified Global operating licence, permitting infrastructure-based mobile, internet, fixed telephony and pay-TV services, which was first announced in May. The Interministerial Working Group reached its...