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Madagascar’s ICT infrastructure to expand

Pan-African telecommunications service provider, Internet Solutions, has deployed the company’s first Point of Presence (PoP) in Madagascar. The company is expanding their footprint and has commissioned a second PoP in Zambia. Murray Steyn, Executive Head: Wholesale at Internet Solutions, said:...

Zimbabwe: Mobile subscriptions hit 14 million mark

The number of mobile subscribers in Zimbabwe is reported to have hit the 14 million mark, representing penetration of 103,5%. The country’s Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has been put forward by local media as a source for the recent statistics...

Call to regulate mobile banking in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s Deposit Protection Corporation corporate secretary Vusi Vuma has called on the Zimbabwean government to create legislation that will regulate mobile banking activities, as he claims service providers are abusing the system. “Most mobile operators in the country have come...

Zimbabwe’s NetOne to offer data roaming services

The Financial Gazette reports that Zimbabwean mobile network services operator, NetOne, has entered into an agreement with Belgian company Belgacom in order to roll out data roaming services. According to the report the expansion of roaming services by NetOne is...

Zimbabwe’s Econet reverses decison on NetOne

Last week it was reported that Zimbabwean mobile service provider Econet cut off all interconnection services between itself and mobile operator NetOne – reportedly over an outstanding multimillion Dollar debt. In a recent development reported by The Herald, Econet has reversed...

Zimbabwe’s Econet cuts off NetOne over debt

Zimbabwean mobile service provider Econet has cut off all interconnection services between itself and mobile operator NetOne over a multimillion dollar debt that is owed to Econet by NetOne. It was revealed that the company is owed as much...

NetOne secures US$60m network upgrade

NetOne, Zimbabwe’s cellular mobile operator has secured R420 million (about US$60 million) to upgrade its broadband services across the country. The funds were sourced from a consortium of banks, which comprise of the Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ), China Export...

NetOne attracts industry heavy-weights

Zimbabwe’s third largest cellular mobile network, NetOne, has attracted interest from six foreign investors, who wish to buy shares from the mobile network. NetOne Managing Director, Reward Kangai, said high profiled telecommunication giants such as MTN Group Limited and Bharti...

Zim’s NetOne aims to hit 2 000 000 subscriber base

THE government owned cellular mobile network, NetOne says it aims to increase its subscriber base to two million. NetOne is Zimbabwe's third largest cellular company. Announcing the latest development was NetOne's Managing Director, Reward Kangai, shortly after receiving financial injection from...

NetOne struggles with defaulting customers

Zimbabwe’s cellular mobile operator, NetOne is trying to force its defaulting customers to pay their debts. Although Managing Director, Reward Kangai could not be reached for comment, officials at NetOne told our reporters that the mobile company was taking action...
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