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South African’s can’t Opt-Out of COVID-19 Texts Sent by Government

The Wireless Application Service Providers’ Association (WASPA) has advised South African mobile users to expect educational SMS text messages relating to the current COVID-19 pandemic from Government. “Aside from expecting these messages disseminated by the country’s mobile network operators (MNOs)...

Axon Wireless launches ‘tap & go’ SIM registration in Ivory Coast

South African tech company, Axon Wireless announced on Wednesday, 30 October 2019, that it has launched Africa’s first ‘tap and go’ system for mobile SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card registration. Ivory Coast is the first country on the continent where...

SA tech company successfully registers millions of Zambian sims

Axon Wireless, the South African-developed SIM registration systems company, announced on Monday, 30 September 2019, that it has successfully registered millions of Zambian mobile users using its SIM card registration software. The registrations were made by over 3 000...

Integrated social payments platform launched in Africa

Cassava Fintech International (CFI), a fintech company in Africa, announced on Wednesday, 24 July 2019, the launch of their integrated Social Payments platform.  Sasai will be available to individuals and businesses and offered in partnership with Mobile Network Operators...

Banks grapple while nimble players eat their lunch

Financial inclusion is a critical engine of economic development at both macro and micro levels. Technology – and access to mobile phones – could make financial services accessible and available to nearly 4 billion people who are ignored or...

Rethinking and Retooling MVNOs in Africa

The experience of Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) in Africa is not a happy one. According to the GSMA as of the end of 2015, the world’s Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) hosted 1038 MVNOs and 277 MNO sub-brands. Europe is...

Network operators can preserve their way of life

Recent events are evidence of unprecedented pressure on mobile network operators (MNOs) to lower their prices. Yet a sober analysis reveals that the networks are really their own worst enemies, and can turn their fortunes around by simply lowering...

Why MER Group has Mozambique on its mind

MER Group (C. MER Industries Ltd.), an established operator in digital communication infrastructure for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), announced today that its telecom division has been chosen to provide full turnkey tower site solutions for two leading mobile operators...

Gateway renews Mozambique’s data licence

Gateway Communications, a supplier of pan-African telecommunications services, has renewed its 5 year data and wholesale licence in Mozambique. Gateway Communications’ Mozambican office first opened in 2001. Gateway Communications currently provides Mozambican customers with capacity on satellite, terrestrial connections and sub-sea...

VAS Africa 2011: Gateway makes its presence felt

Gateway Communications, supplier of pan-African telecommunications services, is showcasing its range of value added services (VAS) for ISPs (internet service providers) and African mobile network operators (MNOs) at the VAS Africa 2011 currently underway at the Sandton Convention Centre,...
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