Africa & Middle East Telecom weekly news

Publié le par Hamdouni Mohamed

November 6th to November 13rd 2008

AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST:
Bharti, MTN sign deal for value-added services
BSNL vies entry in MEA telecom sector for growth
Zain to launch mobile money transfer service; shift Africa base to Nairobi

ALGERIA:

Algerie Telecom to increase Internet access tariff
Djezzy, Comptel ink OSS contract

EGYPT:

MobiNil discontented with regulatory ruling on interconnect charges

GAMBIA:

Government terminates Spectrum, Gamtel/Gamcel partnership

GHANA:

Ghana Telecom, Vodafone witness tremendous growth

ISRAEL:

Cellcom announces 3Q 2008 results
MIRS balances workforce for 2009
Partner Communications posts 38.4 percent increase in profits

KUWAIT:

Zain to invest up to USD 4 billion in acquisitions

MALAWI:

TNM gets listed on Malawi Stock Exchange

MIDDLE EAST:

Orange to link UASC’s global sites

MOROCCO:

Maroc Telecom posts increased revenue for 3Q 2008

QATAR:

Qtel in talks with IFC; recommends 100 percent dividend

SOUTH AFRICA:

Telkom to spread Internet operations
Vodacom posts improved profits
Vodafone close to acquiring majority stake in Vodacom

TUNISIA:

Second fixed-line licence to be awarded in 2009
Tunisiana integrates NSN Flexi ISN

TURKEY:

No Turkish Delight for Vodafone
Number portability launched
Turkcell outlines investment plans for 2009
Turkcell posts 50.5 percent increase in net profit

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES:

Mashreq launches mobile banking service

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