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Gabon announces the completion of the extension of its national fiber optic network that will link it to Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. This interconnection was carried out as part of the Central Africa Backbone project. The Gabonese Agency for Digital Infrastructures and Frequencies (Aninf) announced on Wednesday, November 18, the end of the extension works of...

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Asked by the mobile telephone operators to settle the dispute between them and the Cameroonian State which would like to use the telephone credit for the payment of taxes on the phones, the Beac takes the opportunity to ban the use of these units as a payment instrument. This is the story of the watered sprinkler. While it had seized the Bank of Central...

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Cameroon has retained the services of tech firm Cameroon Internet Exchange Point (CAMIX) to roll out internet exchange points across the country, beginning with its two largest cities – Yaounde and Douala. On 27 October 2020, the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Minette Libom Li Likeng handed over an exploitation license to CAMIX executives, led...

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Cameroon will add 5,000 km to its fiber optic network, increasing it to 25,000 km. The objective is to increase the internet penetration rate and, in so doing, increase the access of citizens, households and businesses to broadband. “  Over the next few years, the government aims to generalize broadband access for citizens, businesses and households, in particular...

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State-owned Cameroon Telecommunications (Camtel) has entered into an agreement with the country’s Ministry of Higher Education to increase internet speed at public universities, establish digital development centres and cement a communications network to link up the Ministry with academic institutions as part of a XAF1.05-billion project. According to the agreement, signed between Judith Yah Sunday,...

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Cameroon lost about XAF 6-billion (circa US$10.8-million) to cybercrime in 2019, according to a new report released by the National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC). The government agency, which is charged with securing the country’s cyberspace, said since 2018 it has received no fewer than 2,050 complaints related to phishing, identity theft, scamming,...

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State-owned telecommunications company Cameroon Telecommunications (Camtel) has unveiled the Zamengoe Datacentre, a tier III datacentre located on the outskirts of the capital Yaounde and touted as the biggest in the Central African sub-region. The datacentre is part of Cameroon’s National Broadband Network II Project and is located at the historic Zamengoe site, the country’s first-ever...

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MTN Group has announced the appointment of new chief executive officers for two of its West African operations, MTN Cameroon and MTN Benin. According to a statement released to the media Stephen Blewett, the current CEO of MTN Benin, will take the helm at MTN Cameroon on 1 August 2020 when Uche Ofodile, the current...