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GSM and CDMA will still be here in 2020

Even with the high rate of adoption of LTE, Ericsson is of the view that older systems are definitely here to stay. At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Ericsson's Joakim Sorelius spoke to IT News Africa about the...

Globalstar launches prepaid satellite service

Globalstar Europe Satellite Services Ltd. today announced the launch of its new Pre-paid service in EMENA (Europe, Middle East and North Africa). For the first time, consumers and commercial users can now benefit from the world’s most modern satellite network...

Capcom could lose Nigerian telecoms licence

Nigeria’s Communications Commission (NCC) has threatened to withdraw Capcom’s certificate of approval in principle- which allows them to operate as a telecommunications company in the country. The move from the regulator comes on the back of inordinate delays in concluding...

Huawei sponsors 5th Annual Connected Kenya Summit 2013

Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, today partnered with the Ministry of Information and Communication’s Kenya ICT Board as a sponsor in this year’s Connected Kenya Summit. Huawei CEO Mr. Wind Li will also...

Nigeria added 3 million GSM lines in December

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has announced that by end December 2012 the country experienced a rise in overall mobile phone subscribers by nearly three million users.   According the telecom regulator's report, Nigeria now has more than 113 million active users in the...

Nigeria sees 2.25 million new GSM subscribers

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has reported that the number of active phone subscribers in Nigeria rose to 107.4 million in September, up from 105.2 million the month before. It comes as new promotions and efforts to boost customer satisfaction...

Visafone and RIM launch BlackBerry services in Nigeria

Visafone, rated the number one mobile operator for quality of service in 2011 by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), and Research In Motion, has announced the launch of BlackBerry services on Visafone’s CDMA mobile network in Nigeria. Visafone is also...

Nigeria’s Multilinks, Starcomms and MTS could merge

Nigerian telecommunications companies Multilinks, Starcomms and MTS (who all form part of the Code Division Multiple Access), could merge into one company in a deal reportedly valued at $200-million. If the three entities merge, it would be the largest CDMA...

Nigeria telephone users increase to 99-milllion

In the latest statistics released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), it was revealed that the African nation now has 99.14-million active telephone subscribers as of the end of March in 2012. The data was collected from Global System for...

Nigerian gov keeps CDMA + GSM tech

Nigeria is not phasing out the old Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) technology in favour of the modern standard, (Global System for Mobile Communications) GSM technology. The Nigerian government said most small businesses in the country still rely on CDMA...
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World Record for Reaching North Pole on a Powered Parachute

Russian pilots Fyodor Konyukhov and Igor Potapkin successfully attempted the world's first flight in the high-latitude Arctic using a...
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