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Renew your car license on your phone with FNB

Customers of South African bank, First National Bank (FNB), will now be able to renew their car license on their mobile phones. This is thanks to the recently launched Nav Car platform on the FNB App. Users simply have to...

Vodafone Egypt ready for mobile money

Egypt’s Vodafone, has been granted a license to offer mobile money services to its subscribers. The telecom operator is currently waiting for the Egyptian military rulers to approve the business deal. Egypt is planning to strengthen the country’s mobile sector, following...

Rwanda to offer fourth mobile licence

The Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency said it would offer a fourth mobile license in a bid to boost wireless penetration in the country. The license will be granted when market conditions permit, said the regulator, who indicated sales by...

Icasa’s deadline for mobile TV license contested

The South African Mobile TV Consortium has objected to the May 7 deadline placed by The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa), claiming the time given is not sufficient for final applications. Icasa has given interested operators three weeks to...

Two in race for Egyptian telecom licenses

Egypt’s telecom regulator has received bids from two consortia for new licenses to supply voice, cable and Internet services in the country. Egypt’s National Telecom Regulatory Authority did not however disclosed the names of the companies involved in the...

Tanzania licenses five new operators

The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has issued licenses to five more mobile phone operators. The new license holders will bring the total number of operators in Tanzania to 12. "They are expected to enter the country's communication industry when...

Telecom Egypt shops for integrated telco company

State-owned Telecom Egypt is considering the acquisition of an integrated telecom player, if made available and possibly a bid for a fourth mobile license in Egypt. "We want an integrated player. We keep our eye on what is going on...

3G license fee in Kenya will not be reduced, says CCK

Telecommunication Commission of Kenya (CCK) said that a US$ 25million fee paid by telecommunication firms acquiring a 3G license will continue despite resistance from some operators. CCK is Kenya’s telecoms regulator. One of Kenya’s operators, Telkom Kenya’s Orange mobile phone service...

Gateway Communications acquires 10.5Ghz spectrum license in Nigeria

Gateway Communications has announced the acquisition of a 10.5Ghz spectrum license for 10 states in Nigeria. The states are Kano, Kaduna, Rivers, Delta, Abuja, Edo, Oyo, Anambra, Abia and Enugu. The acquisition follows Gateway’s successful roll out of the...

Telkom Kenya pleads for reduced 3G license fees

Telkom Kenya has already launched trials of its 3G service in Nairobi, despite of its discontentment regarding the $25 million license fee imposed by Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK), according to the Kenyan publication Daily Nation. Mickael Ghossein, CEO of...
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Huawei’s IP Service Partner of the Year: Africa Connect 2024

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