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According to the World Association of Telephone Operators, 206 million inhabitants of Sub-Saharan Africa were not covered at all by a mobile network in 2020. The Rwandan government wants to bet on satellite to accelerate penetration telecom services. The Rwanda Space Agency (RSA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Global Satellite Operators Association (GSOA)...

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On different occasions -including the eight edition of World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC) -leaders have reiterated the need to have universal, but most importantly, affordable internet for all. Currently, 3.6 billion people are still offline, most of them in low-income countries and therefore, are excluded from the digital promises. “Universal, affordable, and accessible connectivity underpins...

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Since last year, several countries, faced with their digital gaps during the Covid-19, have taken out loans to accelerate their transformation. Rwanda, which is among the African nations with a commendable level of digital preparation, has also decided to go beyond its current achievements. The World Bank announced on 1 st December approving funding of $ 100 million...

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In recent years, the government of Rwanda has forged various partnerships with international technology companies. The country which aims to make digital technology a pillar of its socioeconomic growth now has a renowned partner by its side. The Republic of Rwanda, through its Ministry of ICT and Innovation, has announced its collaboration with the American company...

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MTN Rwanda has selected its long-time partner, Ericsson, to deploy a Network Operations Centre (NOC). The five-year contract will support MTN Rwanda to focus on enhancing consumer experience through Ericsson’s Managed Services solution that will deliver an automation-driven IT operation. Ericsson will provide NOC for a range of MTN Rwanda’s applications and the corresponding IT...

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In 2020, following the takeover of the company OneWeb by Great Britain and Bharti Entreprise, the government of Rwanda lost its privileged access to the constellation of OneWeb satellites. Currently, he is attempting a more direct approach, rich in opportunities. The Republic of Rwanda has submitted a request to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Geneva...

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Rwanda has reviewed its SIM card registration process in a bid to curtail rampant mobile fraud. The Rwanda Utility Regulatory Authority (RURA) said anyone who wants a new SIM card or wants to complete a SIM swap will now have to go to their respective service providers’ service centres, agent shops or kiosks. All telecommunications...