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Egypt’s National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) has fined the nation’s mobile network operators (MNOs) for failing to meet minimum quality standards, Daily News Egypt reports, with the fines totalling a combined EGP25 million (USD1.6 million). The penalties were announced in the publication of the regulator’s quarterly report on service quality, in which it also outlined...

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After more than a year of investigation, the competition policeman has succeeded in defining the responsibilities of Airtel Malawi, following the complaint filed by consumers in September 2020. The Malawi Competition and Fair Trade Commission (CFTC) has fined the mobile operator Airtel Malawi 2,113,099,660 Malawian kwacha (over $ 2.5 million). Through the sanction unveiled on Wednesday,...

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The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has agreed to award an extra 5MHz of wireless spectrum in the 1800MHz and 2100MHz bands to the country’s largest cellular operator MTN. The firm says it needs the additional frequencies to increase its network capacity and improve quality of service (QoS). The award is conditional on MTN upgrading its entire network to...

Al-Sadiq Jamal Al-Deen, the director-general of the Telecommunications and Postal Regulatory Authority of Sudan, summoned the bosses of the various telecom companies operating in the country on 3 September 2019. During from this meeting, he summoned each telecom operator representative to take the necessary measures to improve the quality of service whose impact is now...