Africa & Middle East Telecom weekly news

Publié le par Hamdouni Mohamed

December 4th to December 11th 2008

AFRICA:
Intelsat to launch satellite for Africa

ANGOLA:
Safaricom added to Unitel list

BAHRAIN:
Batelco promotes broadband connection

BENIN:
Transient Authority takes tips from ANRT

COTE D'IVOIRE:
Orange launches mobile money service

GAMBIA:
Gamtel inks MoU with ACE

GHANA:
Starfish Mobile forms strategic partnership with GMA

IRAN:
TCI stake attracts Turkish interest

ISRAEL:
Bezeq to migrate fixed-line subscribers to VoIP
Communication Ministry introduces anti-spam law
HOT to launch wireless home network

JORDAN:
Motorola, Mada deploy WiMAX network in Jordan

KENYA:
Orange introduces post-paid mobile service
Vodafone, Safaricom, Western Union to offer international mobile money transfer service

LEBANON:
Alfa man returns home

MALAWI:
Government warns MTL CEO

MOROCCO:
Second wind for registration campaign

NAMIBIA:
Telecom boss first to be tested for AIDS

NIGERIA:
Government to hold meeting for decision on NITEL/Mtel privatisation

QATAR:
Qtel, San Miguel partnership gains approval

RWANDA:
Rwandatel launches 3G, GSM mobile services

SAUDI ARABIA:
Zain a pain says STC

SOUTH AFRICA:
CWU objects Telkom-Vodafone deal
ICASA invites inputs over carrier pre-select regulation
Neotel raises ZAR 8 billion
Telecom tariffs to reduce in 12-18 months

TUNISIA:
Divona Telecom stake divestment for Monaco
Government invites offers of interest for fixed-line, mobile licence

TURKEY:
Council to approve 3G contract decision in two months

ZAMBIA:
Zambian government seeks partners to privatise Zamtel

ZIMBABWE:
Telecom carriers permitted to offer 3G, VoIP services under existing licence

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