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Nigeria Leads Africa’s Mobile Subscription Growth- Ericsson

According to the latest Ericsson Mobility report, Africa has seen a major growth of new mobile subscriptions with 9 million Africans joining services in the first quarter of 2017. This rise has seen the total number of mobile subscriptions...

Sub-Saharan Africa expected to see 100% mobile penetration by 2021

Ericsson has officially unveiled its latest Mobility Report, which according to the company provides insight into the future of 5G networks, including a forecast of 150 million 5G mobile subscriptions by 2021. 5G networks, based on standards that meet ITU IMT-2020...

Mobile subscriptions to reach 9.3-billion by 2019

In its annual Mobility Report unveiled at the AfricaCom 2103 Conference, held recently in Cape Town, technology manufacturer and vendor Ericsson noted that there has been a steady increase in the number of mobile connections – including Africa. “The number of...

LTE to reach 2-billion subscriptions by 2018

In Ericsson’s monthly Mobility Report, the company highlighted that fact that mobile subscriptions is on the raise at an unprecedented rate, but that LTE mobile connections will reach around 2-billion people by 2018. “LTE is currently being deployed and built-out...

SA mobile Internet usage soars to 39%

The Mobility 2011 research project, conducted by World Wide Worx and backed by First National Bank (FNB), reveals that 39% of urban South Africans and 27% of rural users are now browsing the Internet on their phones. The study excludes...
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Key factors that drive Mobile Financial services’ growth

The current situation for telcos is a tricky one – they face a market where traditional revenues are declining,...
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