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LISTED information and technology holding company Paratus Namibia Holdings Limited has announced that their 2020 financial year is expected to yield a 30% increase in earnings. This, it says, is mainly due to the increase in the profitability of its main subsidiary, Paratus Telecommunications, which rests on the back of revenue growth and improved operating...

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Mobile Telecommunications (MTC), Namibia’s largest mobile network operator (MNO) by subscribers, has launched the ‘Free SIM Swop Campaign’ offering pre-paid customers using 2G/3G SIM cards a free upgrade to a 4G SIM. Customers identified as using a 2G/3G card in a 4G device will be notified via SMS about the special offer, and those who upgrade to 4G will qualify for 3GB...

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Telecom Namibia has upgraded its VSAT hub to ensure faster and reliable connectivity for users in remote areas and will soon begin deploying remote terminals to various areas across the country following successful pilot installations. Lukas Shuuya, Acting Chief Technical Information Officer, noted in a press release that the VSAT service, dubbed ‘Satlink’, is an ideal solution for those...

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The Namibian government has ordered the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism to conduct a strategic environmental assessment of the introduction of 5G technology in the country, reports The Namibian. The government has also asked the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) to accelerate the development of a 5G strategy for Namibia, which will be...

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The City of Windhoek says residents will massively benefit from the smart city concept once fully operationalised, including access to a faster and cheaper internet service. The City is also looking at capitalising on a fibre optic network by connecting both residents and businesses to automated municipal services, while improving service delivery through smart metering...

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Telecom Namibia has further extended its 3G and 4G mobile networks in urban and rural areas across the country, reports Economist Namibia. Telecom Namibia acting CEO Laban Hiwilepo has revealed the company upgraded 63 sites and deployed ten new base stations between December 2019 and April 2020 in an effort to ‘optimise its performance and mitigate against...