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The ongoing legal tussle between the Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA) and mobile network operator Vodacom Lesotho looks likely to continue as both parties remain determined to stand their ground. In October 2020, the regulator revoked Vodacom’s operating licence and ordered the company to pay R134-million in fines. Subsequently, after heading to court, the operator had...

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Vodacom Tanzania Plc ended 2020 on a high note after a tough year following the loss of a large number of subscribers due to SIM card registration issues. According to the company’s second quarter of the year trading update released last week, its customer database crossed the 15 million threshold for the first time in...

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Vodacom Tanzania has announced it will pay a total of TZS 3,928,312,789 (US$1.6-million) in dividend to its M-Pesa customers who have used the service over the past year. The company said the dividend payment covers the first quarter of the company’s financial year. Vodacom’s M-Commerce Director Epimack Mbeteni said that the profit will be paid...

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Mobile operator Vodacom Tanzania has announced the launch of two new smartphones, the Tecno RC6 (Tecno Babkubwa) and the Itel AC13 (Itel Kitonga). The company said the devices are available with an offer of free 60 GB’s for 12 months and 48 GB for 12 months respectively. Vodacom Head of Sales and Distribution, George Lugata,...

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Vodacom and Cell C have reached a secret agreement which is behind the recent migration of Cell C’s contract and broadband user base to Vodacom’s network. On 13 January 2021, Cell C sent out a statement which announced: “the migration process has started with contract and broadband customers”. This was a month after the migration actually started....

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Conspiracy theories which point to 5G as the source of the coronavirus are picking up again in South Africa where many new cases have been recorded since the start of the year. MTN and Vodacom, which have been offering mobile technology since December 2020, are singled out. Last week, South Africa’s Minister of Communications and Digital...