https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Some 114 operators and providers of telecommunications value-added services in Cameroon have been called upon by the Telecommunications Regulatory Board (ART) to comply with regulatory filings. Notable among the list signed recently by ART General Manager Philemon Zoo Zame are: Campost, CFAO Technologies SA, Arintech Cameroun, Express Union Finance SA, Acmar Media Group, Bell Telecom,...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

MTN Cameroon, the local mobile unit of South Africa’s MTN Group, has applied for permission to deploy and operate a trial 5G network, reports Business in Cameroon. The operator has submitted a request to the Telecommunications Regulatory Board (Agence de Regulation des Telecommunications, ART) for a relevant licence to test 5G services in the country. MTN said the move is aimed...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Cameroon has to move quickly with financing in order to strengthen the country’s broadband connectivity. This is according to Vera Songwe, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). Songwe recently met with Cameroon’s Minister of Finance, Louis Paul Motaze, to help chart plans to foster innovative financing, digital transformation and industrial...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Mobile financial services technology company VYZYO, and the national provider of postal and financial services in Cameroon CAMPOST have entered into a partnership to deploy and operate digital payment and mobile financial services throughout Cameroon. According to information supplied to the media, VYZYO will initially deploy its VYZYOPay solution for CAMPOST. The mobile financial services...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Cameroon’s national telecommunications company Camtel has reached a strategic partnership agreement with MTN GlobalConnect, the digital wholesale and infrastructure services company of MTN Group. The protocol agreement, signed recently by the General Manager of Camtel Judith Yah Sunday Achidi and MTN GlobalConnect CEO Frédéric Schepens, paves the way for MTN GlobalConnect to commercialise Camtel’s four...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Cameroon and Gabon have deployed and officially launched a 22km interconnected fibre optic network. This means telecommunication exchanges between the two countries will be direct and not facilitated through international sub-marine cables, thereby reducing cost. The network infrastructure was launched on 15 July in Meyo-Kye, Gabon by Cameroon’s Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Minette Libom...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Viettel Cameroon SA, Cameroon’s third privately-owned mobile telecommunications network service provider which operates under the brand name Nexttel, is set to enter the mobile money market in the country. The market is already dominated by MTN Cameroon and Orange Cameroun which run MTN MoMo and Orange Money respectively. Nexttel General Manager Benoit Yaoussou announced recently...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

The mobile operator Nexttel, controlled by the Vietnamese group Viettel, has undertaken to launch the “Nexttel Possa” service this year in partnership with the Nigerian bank UBA. It will thus compete with the mobile money services of Orange and MTN. The launch of the Mobile Money service of the mobile operator Viettel Cameroon, which operates under...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Rural areas in Africa are currently showing strong financial potential for telecom operators. In Cameroon, Orange has decided to invest a little more there. The company wants to bring a set of value-added services, including mobile payment. The Canadian company NuRAN Wireless Inc, specializing in the provision of mobile and broadband wireless infrastructure solutions, revealed on Thursday...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Cameroonian authorities, which are facing several security challenges, must be able to identify the chips used by terrorists. But some telephone operators remain lax as to the rules for identifying their subscribers. The operations to identify telephone subscribers in Cameroon do not seem to be taking place within the standards. This is suggested by a letter that...