Africa & Middle East Telecom weekly news

Publié le par Hamdouni Mohamed

November 20th to November 27th 2008

AFRICA:
Orange plans to invest USD 1 billion in Africa during 2009

 

BAHRAIN:

Batelco launches promotional offers

BENIN:

Operators need to try harder says regulator

CAMEROON:

Telecom figures in 2009 budget

CONGO BRAZZAVILLE:

Harmonisation on CEMAC agenda

EGYPT:

OTH sells OrasInvest to ADIC MENA partners for USD 180 million

GHANA:

Acision selected by Globacom to offer VAS

ISRAEL:

Bezeq posts improved 3Q 2008 results

KENYA:

Econet Wireless Kenya deploys Cerillion Express

MOZAMBIQUE:
mCel, AIRCOM sign USD 1 million deal for 3G network management

NIGERIA:

EMTS chooses Alcatel-Lucent to deploy turnkey mobile cellular network in Nigeria
MTN Nigeria to offer WAN solution to CBN
Multi-Links launches broadband Internet service in Lagos
Netcom Africa signs with O3b Networks
NITEL completes repairs to SAT-3 cable
Nortel to open branch office in Nigeria
Poor accounting results in delay of NITEL privatisation
Vodafone eyes entry into Nigerian telecom market

OMAN:

Nawras wins Oman’s second fixed-line phone licence

SENEGAL:

New date for State v Sentel

SOUTH AFRICA:

MTN partners with AIRCOM for network optimisation tools
Vodacom increases stake in iBurst to 24.9 percent

TANZANIA:

TTCL deploys FTS’ end-to-end billing solution
Vodacom Tz partners with AIRCOM for planning and optimisation services

TOGO:

France Telecom in exclusive talks to acquire telephone licence

TURKEY:

Winners of 3G mobile licences to obtain advanced technology licences for free

UGANDA:

Uganda Telecom introduces voice SMS
Warid Telecom contracts AIRCOM for GSM and WiMAX network support

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES:

DMI to launch mobile, Internet TV services

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