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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has adopted and published the “final version”: https://www.ncc.gov.ng/docman-main/licensing/license-auction-reports/3-5ghz-spectrum-202210/1064-information-memorandum-3-5ghz-spectrum-auction/file of its Information Memorandum for an auction of additional spectrum in the 3.5GHz band, following the successful sale of 5G licences in that range in December last year. Last month interested stakeholders were invited to make written submissions and participate in a...

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Vodacom Tanzania has affirmed it will use the spectrum blocks it was awarded recently “effectively” and underlined its contribution to the country’s development Vision 2030. The operator released a statement in which it highlighted plans to use the 700MHz, 2600MHz and 2300MHz spectrum blocks awarded by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) during the 2022...

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Airtel Africa said its Tanzanian subsidiary Airtel Tanzania has purchased 140MHz of additional spectrum from the Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) for US$60.1-million. The company said the spectrum is spread across the 2600MHz (2 blocks of 2×15 MHz) and 3500MHz bands, and this will help it expand its broadband capability including 5G rollout. A statement...

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The Tanzanian government aims in particular to connect 80% of the population to the Internet by 2025 in a context of accelerated digital transformation. To achieve its objectives, the executive is strengthening the capacities of telecom operators.  Tanzanian telecommunications operators Vodacom, Airtel, Tigo and Halotel have acquired additional frequencies worth a total of USD 187.5 million. These...

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The communications regulator on Wednesday began the process of making more radio frequency spectrum available to telecommunications operators wanting to provide broadband services. Communications regulator Icasa on Wednesday kicked off the process of making more radio frequency spectrum available to telecommunications operators wanting to provide broadband services. This comes just months after Icasa concluded a successful...

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Telecoms regulator the Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) has published a revised ‘5G Spectrum Roadmap’ setting out updated timelines for its planned release of spectrum in the 700MHz, 2600MHz and 26GHz bands. As per the updated roadmap for ‘high demand spectrum’, ZICTA revealed that 700MHz frequencies which had initially been expected to be released in...