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In a telecoms market disputed with MTN, Airtel and Beeline, Zamtel is increasing its investments. The telecoms company has made broadband connectivity and mobile payment, new growth drivers, the new main axes of its growth strategy. The Zambia Telecommunications Company Limited (Zamtel) announced, Wednesday, July 21, the start of work to expand the capacities of its...

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Telkom, a leading telecommunications company in South Africa, has revealed its new music streaming platform, Telkom Music. Launched in partnership with Tencent-owned JOOX, the platform is available from the Huawei AppGallery and Google Play Store. Telkom says that it recognizes the landscape of music streaming is changing and highlights that the stand-out feature of its music...

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Vodacom Mozambique has reached an agreement with state-owned Mozambique Telecom (Tmcel) over the ongoing 60-million meticais (about US$10-million) interconnection debt dispute. In June Vodacom threatened to cancel its interconnection agreement with Tmcel which would have prevented Tmcel customers from being able to call Vodacom numbers. Vodacom said Tmcel had failed to settle the debt and...

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The Commission says that while Airtel Nigeria had applied for the renewal of the Unified Access Service (UASL) License granted to it by the Commission, the application is yet to be approved. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it is yet to renew Airtel’s Mobile Operating Licence. Ikechukwu Adinde, NCC’s Director of Public Affairs, made...

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The Ethiopian Communications Authority has issued the Final License to Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia PLC following its incorporation as a local Telecommunications Operating Company by its parent company, Global Partnership for Ethiopia, a consortium comprising Safaricom, Vodacom, Vodafone, Sumitomo Corporation and CDC Group, who has been designated as a provisional licensee for the nationwide full-service Telecommunications...

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After Comoros and Ethiopia, Djibouti has also just accepted the entry of a private investor into its telecoms market. A strong decision, bearing many hopes for national development.   The Djiboutian government approved during the Council of Ministers on Sunday July 11 the opening of the capital of its incumbent operator Djibouti Telecom. With this decision, he initiated...

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Last year Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM) invested MK31.5-billion (about US$39-million) in telecommunications infrastructure development as part of an ongoing effort to digitally transform and strengthen operations. TNM board chairman George Partridge said the penetration of telecommunications services in the country stands at 48%, which is low in comparison with other markets. He added: “The smartphone...