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Ethio Telecom has announced the launch of its Ashamtele customer loyalty program and their telegebeya online sales channel. Ethio telecom, since the recent past years has been on visible and multifaceted strategic reforms, stemming from telecom infrastructures expansion and latest technologies deployment to massive tariff reduction and emerging new telecom services and products in order...

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Safaricom Telecommunicaitons Ethiopia (Safaricom ET) is reported to have reached an agreement in principle with local telecoms incumbent Ethio Telecom related to interconnection and the sharing of cell sites and tower assets. According to Business Insider Africa, a final agreement remains pending though, with Safaricom ET’s Public Relations Manager Tewedaj Eshetu cited as confirming earlier...

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Safaricom, which is readying up a new network in Ethiopia, will share mobile telecommunication towers and relevant power with state-controlled rival Ethio Telecom, after the companies reached consensus on interconnection and capacity lease agreements. The Ethiopia Communications Authority (ECA) held a joint mediation meeting with both parties and reported that “agreement had been reached on...

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Ethiopia said on Friday it had decided to postpone the planned partial privatisation of state-owned telecoms firm Ethio Telecom because of the prevailing economic environment domestically and globally. The government had launched a tendering process in June for a proposed sale of a 40% stake in the state-owned carrier to private investors, part of the...

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Safaricom  is negotiating an infrastructure sharing deal with Ethiopian rival Ethio Telecom as it prepares to launch operations in the country over the next couple of months. Safaricom-Ethiopia Chief Executive Mr Anwar Soussa, said they are currently working with Ethio Telecom and the regulator- Ethiopia’s Communication Authority (ECA) to iron out details of the partnership. The...

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Ethiopian telecommunication company Ethio Telecom partnered with Subex for a new business assurance solution using the enterprise AI platform HyperSense.  Through this engagement, Ethio telecom will expand its Revenue Assurance practice into Business Assurance using the solutions easy-to-use control building framework and enhance decision making through the platform’s ability to operationalize AI at scale, said...