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The government of Mozambique has launched a rural connectivity project which will bring internet access to 27 unserved districts. The project, to be implemented through the creation of ‘digital squares’, is funded by the Universal Access Service Fund (Fundo do Servico de Acesso Universal, FSAU), affiliated to the National Communications Institute (Instituto Nacional de Comunicacoes de...

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The Mozambique government’s Universal Access Service Fund (Fundo do Servico de Acesso Universal, FSAU) has launched projects to improve connectivity in ten locations in the provinces of Maputo, Gaza, Inhambane, Sofala, Zambezia, Nampula and Niassa. The scheme will ensure broadband access at a speed of 20Mbps at 27 separate sites across the ten localities. The Communications...

Mobile operator Mozambique Telecom (Tmcel) is leaning on Chinese expertise and financial support to help it catch up with competitors – including Vodacom and Movitel, that already offer 4G coverage. Vodacom Mozambique deployed 4G coverage in Mozambique in 2018 after renewing its telecom licence. This year, Movitel, the smallest operator in the country, also rolled...

Mozambique’s Communications Regulatory Authority (Autoridade Reguladora das Comunicacoes, ARECOM, also known as INCM) has granted a unified telecoms licence to Movitel, the smallest of the country’s three cellcos. The operator is now entitled to provide telecommunications services, ‘regardless of the supporting technology, without prejudice to the need to obtain spectrum or numbering frequencies and other applicable rules,’ ARECOM says....

Movitel, the smallest of Mozambique’s three cellcos in terms of subscriber numbers, has launched 4G services. Coverage is initially limited to capital city Maputo, according to a report from @Verdade. Rival operator Vodacom switched on its own LTE network in Maputo in September last year, though there have been complaints since then that network speeds have fallen...

Mozambique’s communications industry regulator, Instituto Nacional das Communicações de Moçambique (ARECOM) has given the country’s three mobile phone operators ten days to address the issue of unregistered SIM cards or face sanctions. The regulator has accused Movitel, mCel and Vodacom of violating government regulation pertaining to SIM card registration, introduced in 2015. Edmundo Manhica, spokesperson...

The Mozambican Communications Regulatory Authority (Arecom) has given the country’s three mobile phone companies a deadline of ten days to regularise the situation of unregistered SIM cards, according to a report by the independent television station STV. Arecom accused the three companies (Tmcel, Vodacom and Movitel) of violating the regulations on registering SIM cards which...