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Tunisie Telecom bolsters network with Alcatel-Lucent

Alcatel-Lucent and Tunisie Telecom, have today announced a three-year agreement to transform the carrier’s voice and data network, paving the way for ultra-broadband access services for residential and enterprise customers throughout Tunisia. Tunisie Telecom has selected Alcatel-Lucent’s Intelligent Services Access...

African students get Office360 for free

During Microsoft vice president of education, Anthony Salcito’s, visit to Tunisia, Microsoft announced the official launch of its Student Advantage programme on the continent. In an intimate meeting with students from various regions across the country, Salcito unveiled the...

Is tech good or bad for work-life balance?

The number of mobile internet devices is set to outnumber humans by the end of this year. There’ll be more smartphones and internet-connected tablets and monitors than there are people on the planet. Africa will be one focal point of...

Meet Africa’s Innovation Competition Imagine Cup finalists

Microsoft’s annual Imagine Cup has been gaining a lot of momentum over the last couple of months and it is almost time for the worldwide finals. This year, the event is scheduled to take place in St. Petersburg, Russia, and there are...

Orange Tunisia adds 2G/3G to three more towns

Tunisia received yet another boost to its mobile and telecom sector after Orange Tunisia announced that it has officially launched 2G and 3G services in three new towns in the North African country.   The company said the new services are...

Algerian tech company hits big time

DB Algeria announced that they have won a one million euro provisional order for March through December as part of a partnership with a Tunisian enterprise. According to the company, Tunisia’s Telnet Holding and Soteltel also announced that their network...

UN, Tunisia host first digital journalism training

Tunisia and Google, in partnership with the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the World Bank Institute, have hosted a one-day bootcamp in the Tunisian capital this week for 30 journalists from North Africa to develop their online and web...

Sofrecom Tunisia enters local market

France Telecom Orange’s subsidiary Sofrecom Tunisia has officially been inaugurated and has the French telecom giant optimistic about its continued role in the North African country as it pushes forward in the post-revolution period. The new subsidiary was launched on Thursday...

Tunisie Telecom offers half-price roaming for Hajj

Tunisia’s leading telecom operator Tunisie Telecom announced that it would offer 50 percent discount on all voice calls from Tunisia to Saudi Arabia as part of its Hajj pilgrimage offering. The company said that the rates will apply for all calls...

Qtel’s Wataniya interest benefits Algeria, Tunisia

Qatar Telecom has almost doubled its stake in Kuwait’s number two telecommunications operator Wataniya and this is expected to have a significant impact on the Tunisian market, where Wataniya has a large presence. The deal sees Qatar Telecom (Qtel) double its stake...
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What Internet Options Are Available on a Cruise Trip

Staying connected to the internet all the time has become the need of many people around the globe. While...
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