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Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM), the telecom operator of Malawi, has chosen Globe Teleservices as exclusive partner for International Voice and A2P messaging aggregation in the country. As part of the engagement, Globe Teleservices to deploy an advanced Voice and SMS firewall solution to combat network frauds and threats. Globe Teleservices, the fastest growing global service...

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Ethiopia will start accepting proposals for two new telecommunication licenses from Friday, a major step toward opening Africa’s second-most populous country to international operators. Eyob Tekalign, the state minister responsible for the privatization process, confirmed the move even as the government wages a military conflict in the country’s northern Tigray region. Ethiopia has been looking...

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Telecommunication companies are likely to increase their tariffs soon to meet rising operating costs following the recent price increases by the national power utility Zesa, industry sources have said. Zimbabwe’s mobile network operators – Econet, NetOne and Telecel – last reviewed their tariffs in September, but electricity prices have more than doubled in the last...

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Since its establishment in September 2019, the Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) has engaged in an intensive effort to spearhead the telecom liberalization effort in Ethiopia. In fulfilling its mandate to prepare the sector for a competitive environment as well as domestic and international investment in the sector, the Authority has issued fourteen (14) directives that set...

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Ethiopia’s protracted privatization process faces sticking issues as the government and prospective investors prepare to meet this week, with an escalating armed conflict starting to add to concerns. MTN Group Ltd., Africa’s largest carrier by subscribers, sees the investment case weakening due to uncertainty over whether international tower companies would participate and a mobile-money license...