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Samsung’s Galaxy SIII now available in Kenya

After much anticipation, Samsung’s high-successful Galaxy SIII smartphone will now be available to Kenyan mobile phone users. The device will launch with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and will include all the software and applications available elsewhere in the...

Samsung Galaxy S3 to be unveiled?

Speculation is running high that electronics maker Samsung will announce their next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3, at their Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012 event in London on 3 May. The invitation sent to the media simply said “Come and meet...

Algeria in talks with Vimpelcom over Djezzy future

The Algerian government is holding talks with the telecom firm Vimpelcom over the fate of the nation’s Djezzy mobile phone operator, according to Algerian Finance Minister Karim Djoudi. "Things are taking place normally. I have h ad a meeting with...

Econet to launch Eco Cash mobile money

Mobile operator Econet Wireless says it plans to launch its mobile money platform Eco-Cash at the end of September 2011. The system will allow its over 5 million subscribers to make payments of less than $20 using their mobile phones. "With...

Legal mobile app for your phone

International legal practice Norton Rose Group has launched apps for iPhone, BlackBerry and other smartphones. The apps feature a directory of the Group's 2600 lawyers with easy tap and call; information on the Group's offices with GPS-enabled city plans, descriptions of...

Nokia rolls-out dual SIM phones in Kenya

Nokia, a global mobile phone supplier, is showing its continued confidence in the African mobile market with the release of affordable phones in Kenya. Nokia has released the Nokia 100 and dual-SIM Nokia 101. Nokia estimates that by the year 2015...

Dual SIM mobile phones ideal for Africa

Samsung predicts that the number of mobile subscribers with dual SIM mobile phones is projected to increase from 9-10% in 2010 to over 15% in 2011. Dual SIM mobile phones allow users to access two different SIM cards with just...

Telecom Egypt loses 700 000 subscribers

A new telecoms report issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Telecommunications, Mohamed Abdel Kader Mohamed Salem indicates that Telecom Egypt, a state-owned landline operator has lost about 700 000 fixed-line subscribers. According to the report, the company's total number of...

Kenya’s thorny mobile network coverage issue

Network coverage and quality of service remain key requirements by mobile phone users in emerging markets such as Kenya. This is according to a study by Nokia Siemens Networks, a global enabler of telecommunications services. About 41% of mobile phone subscribers...

Nokia gives phones to Egyptian tweeters

Mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has doled out a number of phones to Egyptian activists on Twitter after they tweeted about the phone over the past week. According to observers of the Egyptian Twittersphere the phones were delivered after individuals...
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