Africa & Middle East Telecom weekly news

Publié le par Hamdouni Mohamed

November 27th to December 4th 2008

ALGERIA:
Nedjma heads towards profitability but rival disagree on the numbers

ANGOLA:

Angola Telecom to restructure services

BAHRAIN:

TRA calls for consultation on termination services on mobile networks
TRA further extends mobile bid deadline

BENIN:

New faces for Transitional Authority

GAMBIA:

Government gets set for Gamtel, Gamcel revival

IRAQ:

Mobile carriers to face penalty

JORDAN:

TRC to award 3G licences

KENYA:

Econet launches services
Safaricom inks preferential roaming deal with Vodacom

KUWAIT:

Kuwait Telecom Company to launch operations soon

LEBANON:

Bassil announces major changes in telecom sector

MADAGASCAR:

National network formally launched

OMAN:

Majan Telecom signs reseller deal with Oman Mobile
Oman Mobile offers resale rights to other firms
Omantel enters second phase of Iran mobile licence auction

QATAR:

Qtel increases offer price for Indosat stake
Qtel upgrades national HSDPA network; inks USD 61 million deal with NSN

SAUDI ARABIA:

Mobily selects Huawei for network deployment

SENEGAL:

State looks to leverage budget deficit from Sentel

SIERRA LEONE:

Africell deploys cell site in Kabala

SYRIA:

STE, Cyta ink contract to increase Internet capacity

TURKEY:

3G licence winners announced
Government reduces tax levels
Turkcell likely to bid for Cosmofon

UGANDA:

Banks introduce mobile banking services

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES:

France Telecom, Etisalat sign digital home, multimedia services partnership deal
Thuraya selects Info2cell.com to provide WAP portal services

ZIMBABWE:

Econet seeks funding for new billing system

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