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Neotel, Vodacom CEOs comment on R7billion acquisition

Last year, it was revealed that Neotel and Vodacom were entering into exclusive talks for a due diligence. Today, Neotel and Vodacom SA have announced that they have favourably concluded an agreement on the commercial structure and terms to...

Egypt to get fourth mobile license

The Egyptian government this week has lodged a proposal to grant fixed-line provider Telecom Egypt a license to become the fourth mobile operator in the country. It is said that the fourth license will be made available to them...

SA’s Neotel on a roll with LTE

Neotel, South Africa’s first converged communications network operator, this week reported revenue growth of 12% while achieving the major milestone of being full-year EBIT positive for the first time since the company launched six years ago. Neotel’s EBITDA (Earnings...

Telkom refutes retrenchment claims

South African telecommunications and fixed-line provider Telkom has refuted claims that it is currently in the process of retrenching up to 13 000 employees. In a media statement, the company said that some staff have been given the option...

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...

Tunisia to push 3G ahead of fixed-line

Tunisia believes the future of their telecom market is in the 3G sector and not in fixed-lines. The government has announced that in their push to boost the 3G and mobile markets, they will break up the country’s fixed-line...

Safaricom to take on Telkom Kenya for fixed line marketshare

Kenyan mobile service provider Safaricom plans to expand further into the fixed line industry and directly take on rival Telkom Kenya’s monopoly in the country. While the anticipated launch of fixed-line services is still in the planning phase, it is widely believed that...

Telkom to improve fixed line plans

Telkom is streamlining its consumer fixed line voice portfolio to focus on simplicity, value and affordability. Effective immediately a number of value added services will be offered free of charge to postpaid voice customers. These services include: Basic Voicemail, the...

How to Empower SMEs through cloud computing

Operating a successful SME in the current economic environment takes a fiercely determined and entrepreneurial attitude, some out-of-the-box thinking to gain a competitive edge and a keen financial mind to manage cash flow and save on costs. Over the last...

Convergence telecoms is the future

Nashua Mobile, SA’s independent telecommunications solutions provider, says the usage of voice, data, fixed-line and mobile solutions is growing, a senior official told ITNewsAfrica. Andy Baker, Nashua Mobile CEO says his company's convergence  business brings a host of benefits to...
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How can SA enterprises minimize the impact of network outages?

Internet and network outages are a constant threat to any enterprise in South Africa. Whether it’s an issue experienced...
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