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

MTN has announced its intention to invest R350-million into its network in South Africa, specifically within the provinces of Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West. According to the operator, the intention is to modernise, upgrade, build new sites and transmission links. “We want to bridge the digital divide and create exciting opportunities for communities, businesses and...

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

Seacom has announced its intention to roll out software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) services in Kenya with the aim to help businesses bolster their networking capability and capacity. The company says the services offer support for business networks that are under pressure and benefits include reduced connectivity costs, increased security, agility, and local support to...

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

In competition with Tunisie Telecom, Orange and Lycamobile, Ooredoo Tunisia is stepping up its investments to maintain its leadership position in the national telecoms market. The subsidiary of the eponymous Qatari telecoms group thus ensures a high quality of service, a source of growing income. The mobile telephone operator Ooredoo Tunisia has strengthened its partnership with...

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

Orange Centrafrique announced on 30 June that it had restored services throughout the country after a devastating fire destroyed its network earlier in the month. Following the restoration of 3G voice services on 23 June and 2G voice, SMS and Orange Money services on 28 June, the operator confirmed interconnection with other national and international networks had...

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

Phase3 Telecom, a fibre optic telecommunications infrastructure and services provider says, it is adopting an innovative, technology-driven, multilayer approach in its network expansion. It said the move would enable it to provide secure infrastructure that fortifies its network as well as others against advanced and malicious cybernetic breaches. Executive Chairman of Phase3 Telecom, Mr. Stanley...

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

Nigeria’s final journey into the deployment of 5G technology is expected to begin sometime relatively soon, barring any unforeseen circumstances. The Guardian reports that the only obstacle to the deployment of the technology in Nigeria is approval by the country’s Federal Government. A previously existing obstacle, a supposed loose end, has recently been tightened by the...

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

By 2025, Isocel Bénin wants to register 10,000 new subscribers on its network in Cotonou. The company that operates in a data market contested by MTN, Moov and soon the SBIN is developing new strategies to attract many more consumers. The private broadband Internet connectivity provider Isocel Bénin has decided to transform bars, bushes and restaurants...