Africa & Middle East Telecom weekly news

Publié le par Hamdouni Mohamed

20th of September to 27th of September 2007

AFRICA:
Hits confident it can turn Libercell
MTC postpones plans to re-brand Celtel

ALGERIA:

Nedjma rolls out new Internet service

BENIN:

MTN gets 30 days to pay 50 percent licence fee

GHANA:

MTN working to improve network quality in Ghana
SFO imposes GHC 8 trillion fine on Scancom

IRAN:

Iran to privatise TCI by March 2008

ISRAEL:

DIC to sell 3 percent Cellcom Israel’s shares
Internet Gold considers subsidiaries’ IPO flotation at the US SEC
Internet Gold to set up WiMAX broadband network in Sderot

KENYA:

Telkom stake sale to be delayed

KUWAIT:

Last date for submission of bids for stake in third mobile operator extended

MOZAMBIQUE:

mCel raises call tariffs

NIGERIA:

Celtel unveils plans to upgrade network
MTN, Glo, Celtel to refund NGN 50 each to subscribers

OMAN:

Omantel launches wireless fixed phone service in Oafa, Wadi Saqt

QATAR:

Qtel inks contract with Verimatrix for IPTV content protection

RWANDA:

Six companies vie for government’s stake in Rwandatel

SAUDI ARABIA:

Mobily to acquire local data provider for SAR 1.5 billion

SIERRA LEONE:

Tigo slashes international call rates

SOUTH AFRICA:

MTN uses eGain solutions to improve customer support
Three new government representatives appointed to Telkom’s board
Vodafone not interested in fully owning Vodacom

TURKEY:

Board cancels Turkcell’s 3G licence

Publié dans Global Telecom News

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