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E&, Formerly Etisalat, is Looking into an African Expansion

E&, formerly known as Etisalat, a major telecom group based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is reportedly looking to begin expansions into new markets in Europe, Asia and Africa. The firm is also seeking to expand beyond telecoms...

Esharah deploys thousands of Airbus Tetra handheld communication devices to secure Expo 2020

Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions, a subsidiary of UAE government entity Professional Communication Corporation (Nedaa) and the Official Secure Systems Provider of Expo 2020 Dubai, has deployed its state-of-the-art, mission-critical communication solution at the Expo site where it currently runs...

MTN in Talks to Sell its Afghanistan Business

South Africa's MTN Group is reportedly in talks with potential international buyers for its wireless business in Afghanistan. This is part of the company's plans to accelerate its exit from the Middle Eastern country. Techcentral reports that MTN, which is...

Safaricom to Bid on Opportunity to Expand in Ethiopia

Safaricom is now one of six companies vying for the chance to claim one of two Ethiopian telecoms licences. This is one opportunity that the telco has been waiting on and one that might grant access to a licence...

Gozem Benin Integrates Etisalat Moov Money into App

Gozem has officially integrated Etisalat Benin's mobile money capabilities to its app.  Essentially, the integration means that Gozem customers can now use Moov Money to safely top up their Gozem wallets and take trips without cash. This move could see...

Teleology Holdings to withdraw from 9mobile project

Teleology Holdings, the new owners of 9mobile, have withdrawn from further participation in the 9mobile project. The company acquired 9mobile, known then as Etisalat, in November 2018. Teleology Holdings will be seeking to exit its shareholding in local joint...

Goodbye Etisalat Nigeria, Hello 9Mobile

Although there has yet to be official confirmation from the telecommunications operator, Etisalat Nigeria is reportedly changing its name to 9Mobile, this is according to a report by Nigerian Communications Week. Premium Times Nigeria reports that embattled Etisalat Nigeria had a...

What Is Going On With Etisalat Nigeria?

After a turbulent start to 2017, Etisalat International announced on Monday that the telecommunications service provider will be pulling out of Nigeria in a matter of weeks. The announcement which was made by Hatem Dowidar, the chief executive of...

Etisalat Nigeria, banks still negotiating debts

In a statement released to the media on Thursday, Etisalat Nigeria revealed that contrary to some reports in the media, negotiations between the telecommunications company and Nigerian banks are still ongoing and have not "stalled or reached a deadlock,” as...

U2opia Mobile, Etisalat to ease data pressure of Nigerian’s

U2opia Mobile, a global mobile technology player has partnered with Etisalat, one of the leading telecom operators in Nigeria to launch its sponsored data suite FonePass in the market. FonePass, is a holistic data solutions suite that offers a slew...
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