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Over the years, the Senegalese telecoms regulator has made the quality of telecom services a fundamental concern. Mobile number portability, introduced in 2015, marked a turning point in this fight. Returned to the spotlight in October 2020, it is now attracting special attention from the regulator. Senegal’s National Telecommunications Company (Sonatel) received a formal notice from the...

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The data explosion sparked by the advancement of digitization in Senegal has made broadband and cloud services a necessity. Large technology groups see business opportunities there. Tough competition is brewing in the data center segment. The company N + ONE Datacenters, specializing in the provision of cloud services, data hosting and outsourcing of information systems, announced on...

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Since 2014, Senegal has been pursuing a multisectoral policy to reduce its lifestyle. The strong actions initiated in 2019 in telecommunications are already bearing fruit. For the country whose economy has suffered from the global health crisis, these are significant gains. The government of the Republic of Senegal announced on Wednesday March 17 that it had managed...

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Expresso Telecom, Senegal’s third largest mobile network operator (MNO) by subscribers, officially launched its 4G LTE network on 17 March, following delays caused by financial and administrative issues. The operator revealed at a press conference that 4G services are already available in Dakar, Thies, Mbour, Touba and Saint-Louis, and that coverage will soon be extended across the...

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Announced in March 2020, Espresso’s technological leap will finally materialize in Senegal. The recent threats from the telecoms regulator seem to have brought the telecoms operator out of its torpor. After several months of negotiations, the mobile telephone operator Expresso Senegal, a subsidiary of the Sudatel telecoms group, finally obtained the agreement of the Post and...

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Only a few days after being slapped on the fingers, Expresso Senegal again attracts the discontent of the ARTP. The telecoms regulator accuses it of an additional breach of its contractual obligations. Mobile operator Expresso Senegal has only 24 days left to relaunch fixed-line telephone services in Senegal and avoid sanctions from the Post and Telecommunications...

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Telecoms played a key role during the restrictions on movement caused by Covid-19. New consumption habits have developed, accentuating demand for connectivity as well as the telecom regulator’s attention to operators. The mobile telephone company Expresso, a subsidiary of the Sudanese telecoms group Sudatel, risks losing its license to operate an electronic communications network open to...

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Senegal’s largest telecommunications operator Sonatel has emerged as one of the latest operators in Africa to test 5G and has announced a partnership with Huawei to introduce the service. At a 5G testing event, hosted recently held in the country’s capital city of Dakar, the operator presented findings to the country’s President Macky Sall. Sekou...

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Consumers of telecom services in Senegal will be more educated on the portability of mobile numbers. The regulator is announcing an awareness campaign to this effect. It is a question of questioning the populations on their power as active actors of the competition on the telecoms market. Senegal’s Telecommunications and Postal Regulatory Authority (Artp) will conduct a...