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MTN Nigeria Says it Supports Government’s New SIM Registration Rules

MTN, the multinational mobile telecommunications company, reassured its Nigerian investors on Wednesday that the country's SIM registration rules will not have a huge impact on its finances. This comes after the Federal Government ordered all telecommunication operators to bar all...

MTN SA to Invest $2.3-Million Driving Digital Inclusion in Limpopo, Mpumalanga & North West

MTN South Africa is making significant headway in ensuring more people in SA benefit from the modern, connected world. A $2.3-Million Investment to SA's Northern Region The planned network investment in the Limpopo, Mpumalanga, and North West areas, for the 2021...

MTN Commits $1.5-Billion for Broadband Access Across Nigeria

MTN Nigeria plans to invest 640-billion naira (approximately US$1.5 billion) over the next three years to expand broadband access across the continent’s most populous country, in line with the federal government’s 2020-2025 National Broadband Plan and in support of...

Cost effective, high performance storage is key to a competitive edge for Telcos

The telecommunications industry has changed dramatically over the past decade in response to evolving technology and revenue streams no longer come from the same directions they once did. With everything from infrastructure to voice calls and data becoming heavily...

Telcos are the real Media Giants in Africa

Google and Facebook own the most popular media platforms online. As the two most dominant players in the online advertising space globally, they both have the largest amount of data on online audiences. The more insights gained on consumer...

Workforce experiences to match customer experiences: the next frontier for telco success

Since GSM was first demonstrated in Cape Town in 1993 and the first GSM networks launched the next year, the telco industry has fundamentally transformed every country on the African continent. As some of the largest employers, most admired...

AfricaCom 2018 – Telcos creating value in new, unprecedented ways

Whether your focus is on 5G, policy and regulatory frameworks that are going to enable communications, ICT investment, new revenue streams or accelerating the spread of digital connectivity throughout sub-Saharan Africa, AfricaCom 2018 – 13 to 15 November at...

Embracing the future: how Telcos can evolve and flourish

If voice and data is ultimately a race to the bottom, how can Telcos embrace new, non-traditional business models in the future? Over the past decade or more, telecom carriers across the world have considered how they can evolve their...

GDPR adds to data headaches for telcos

Data has always been the ultimate battleground and competitive bargaining chip for telecommunications operators. Already under pressure to reduce mobile data costs amid a rising #datamustfall chorus from consumers, they now face data headaches of a different kind. The European...

How telcos can use technology to address #Datamustfall

The South African telecom industry is marked by high SIM card penetration (160%) due to the popularity of broadband services. According to GSMA, average mobile broadband connection in South Africa is 74 persons per 100. Yet it is also...
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Crime Combating Cams Make a Difference in SA Metros

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