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Telecom operators must help regulate mobile money – Nigeria’s Glo

Nigeria’s Globacom is urging the central government to consider the role of telecom operators in helping to regulate the mobile money subsector. At a recent seminar titled “Nigeria Transiting to a cashless society: Possibilities and Challenges,” Glo’s Director for Telebanking Tunde Kuponiyi...

Tanzanian operators growing frustrated with government

Tanzanian telecommunications operators are becoming frustrated with the government's inability to crack down on fiber optic cable vandalism. Peter Phillip, an engineer at the ministry of communications told ITNewsAfrica.com “ they are looking at alternative solutions to protecting the cable...

Point-of-sale: An extension of your business, or an add-on?

In your retail business, does the business management software reach from goods receiving all the way through to the point-of-sale? If it doesn’t, you could be missing out on the opportunity for better management through automation. That’s according to Andre...

Over 65 Nigerian telecom companies shut down

ABOUT 65 Nigerian telcos have closed shop in recent times due to the prevailing harsh business environment in the country. President of the Association of Telecom Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), Titi Omo-Ettu, says the Nigerian government and international analysts believe...

African Innovation honoured

Gateway Communications and Altobridges’ combined remote community satellite solution, African Cell Direct/Altobridge lite-sit, were presented with the Best Wholesale Service Innovation award at the recent 2011 Global Telecoms Business Innovation Awards. The Awards are designed to honour innovative projects involving...

ICASA not reviewing interconnection agreements yet

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) said it will for now not review the interconnection amendment agreements as submitted by the country’s network operators. “The Authority received interconnection amendment agreements between Vodacom, Cell C and MTN on the...

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...

SIM registration mandatory for Nigerian telecom operators

Telecoms operator in Nigeria are urged by The Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) to begin SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards registration, effecting from the 1st March 2010, with the aim of improving telecom security in the country, writes local newspaper...

ACE cable receives more members

Six new telecom operators joined ACE cable project, which plans to implement a submarine cable system from France to South Africa, totaling ACE members to 25, reports telegeography.com. The recent additions to ACE are Etisalat Nigeria, Expresso Telecom Group...
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A New Extended Partnership for Managing People and Money

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has partnered with Workday, a provider of solutions for managing people and money. The partnership aims...
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