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Since last year, Unitel SA has been impatient for 5G. The company has also engaged in discussions with the regulator on the availability of essential resources. It intends to offer an enhanced telecoms experience and to dominate the national telecoms market. The Angolan mobile operator Unitel SA revealed, Tuesday, October 12, that it had already invested the...

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After more than a year of preparation, Africell is fine-tuning the final details before the imminent launch of its services in the Angolan telecoms market. The company, which has acquired the expertise of several international companies, intends to quickly build up solid market shares. The mobile operator Africell signed a service agreement on Friday October 8...

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In Vodacom’s quarterly report published last May, Agence Ecofin learned that the telecommunications leader in South Africa has decided to embark on the design of a super-application with the help of ‘Alipay, a subsidiary of Chinese Alibaba. VodaPay is all set. South African mobile operator Vodacom has officially launched VodaPay, its artificial intelligence-based super-app. The app is...

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MTN Group has announced plans to invest over USD120 million in its South Sudanese operations over the next three years. In a statement on its social media pages, MTN said it discussed ‘issues of mutual interest, including investment in digital infrastructure and services’ with South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit. The statement also added that MTN South Sudan has recently...

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UK-headquartered mobile VAS solutions provider Monty Mobile has invested in struggling cellco Comium Gambia, reports Gambian newspaper The Voice. Comium – which had its services suspended for a month on 5 October for non-payment of dues – declared at a press conference that Monty Mobile was willing to clear all of its debts to allow the suspension...

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Announced four months ago, Sahel Telecom officially started its activities on Thursday September 30 in Nouakchott. The company has the ambition to democratize access to broadband in the country. An objective which promises to be difficult in view of the forces involved. A new internet service provider started operations in Mauritania last week. This is Sahel Telecom, which...

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In 2020, mobile networks supported the economic resilience of a large part of the African population in the face of Covid-19. The pandemic, which has increased the importance of telecom services, has accelerated the investment of operators in improving coverage and quality. The World Association of Telephone Operators (GSMA) estimates that telecom operators will invest $...