Telecoms in Africa

Telecoms Developments in Africa – September 2019

Mobile-LTE rollout in Namibia Paratus Namibia has announced the completion of the initial phase of its national mobile-LTE rollout plan. It launched LTE in Walvisbay...

Telecoms Developments in Africa – August 2019

Showcasing 5G potential in Nigeria Nokia is hosting a series of Innovation Days in Lagos to showcase how 5G technology can transform the way people...

Telecoms Developments in Africa – June 2019

4G services rolling out in Egypt Nokia is deploying a cloud-based subscriber data management (SDM) solution that enables Vodafone Egypt to offer services to its...

Telecoms Developments in Africa – May 2019

Ka-band services launched in Ghana AfricaOnline, one of Ghana's oldest ISPs and a Gondwana International Networks (GIN) subsidiary, has launch its new JOLA service, a...

Telecoms developments in Africa – April 2019

Growing business in Ghana AfricaOnline, Ghana's leading ISP and a Gondwana International Networks (GIN) subsidiary, has appointed industry stalwart, Foster Plender as its MD. Plender,...

Telecoms developments in Africa – March 2019

Egypt to get cloud infrastructure Nokia and Telecom Egypt have announced they will build the first cloud infrastructure in Egypt exclusively for internet of things...

Telecoms developments in Africa – February 2019

Mobile satellite communications to Africa Leading pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom is extending its VSAT service through a new partnership with Kymeta, enabling it to...

Telecoms developments in Africa – January 2019

Increasing public access to WiFi Liquid Telecom SA has partnered with the Western Cape Government (WCG) to increase the number of free public WiFi hotspots...

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