Africa & Middle East Telecom weekly news

Publié le par Hamdouni Mohamed

November 13rd to November 20th 2008

AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST:
Bharti Telesoft plans to expand in Africa, Middle East through acquisition
MTN to introduce seamless roaming facility


AFRICA:

Ericsson sees consolidation...and growth


ALGERIA:

SIM-card loss a serious matter says ARPT
TE, Orascom Telecom to liquidate LACOM


BAHRAIN:

Zain launches Zain Wallet


BURKINA FASO:

ITU acknowledges Presidential contribution


CAMEROON:

Orange infrastructure investment for 2009


EGYPT:

Orascom Telecom posts declining profits
TE posts improved profits in 3Q


GAMBIA:

Phoday Sisay termed as acting CEO for Gamtel, Gamcel


IRAN:

RCom likely to bid for third mobile phone licence in Iran


ISRAEL:

012 Smile.Communications announces 3Q 2008 results
Cellcom Israel option holders to sell 785,534 shares
IGGL posts losses in 3Q 2008


KENYA:

CCK to hold public consultation for implementation of number portability
Econet Wireless to procure revenue operation centre from Subex
MTN begins pilot phase of money transfer service
Safaricom posts declining 1H results


MALAWI:

MTL invests USD 30 million for new cable project


NIGERIA:

Cable repair a priority for Nitel
Glo1 to be operational by 1Q 2009


RWANDA:

MIC wins third Rwandan mobile licence


SAUDI ARABIA:

Mobily reduces tariffs by 50 percent


SENEGAL:

Millicom files charges against the government


SOUTH AFRICA:

Telkom posts declining 1H profits
Vodacom invests ZAR 100 million for establishing data centre


TUNISIA:

TT ups bandwidth


TURKEY:

MNP implementation welcomed by subscribers


UNITED ARAB EMIRATES:

Etisalat looking for investment opportunities


ZAMBIA:

Zamtel workers resume work


ZIMBABWE:

Econet withdraws contract lines

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