English Issue Archives

  • Despite massive new opportunities, Africa’s mobile operators are failing to grasp the digital music play
  • Mauritius’ Emtel makes first mainstream African commercial deployment of Fibre Through The Air (FTTA)
  • Understanding Sub-Saharan Africa’s Mobile Financial Services ecosystem -analysis in a new report to be released August 2015
  • Benin connects 2nd landing station (ACE) but continued Benin Telecoms monopoly holds back growth
  • The International MVNO operators start arriving in Africa – more competition on international calling
  • Etisalat launches 3rd. Data Centre in Nigeria capital Abuja
  • High Throughput Satellite capacity in Africa may at last enable mobile operators to find a sustainable model for remote base stations
  • You take the high road, we’ll take the hot-spots– Africa’s data future slings a shot over the bows of today’s business model
  • Online mobile music sites springing up in francophone countries – Two start-ups join the party in Congo-Brazzaville and DRC
  • The Growth of Africa’s e-commerce sector – The Winners and Losers as this habit takes hold
  • Inconvenient Facts That Need To Change if Africa’s Telecoms Sector is to continue to grow
  • Equatorial Guinea: Government signs with US company GridlineXstreme to roll out a national fibre network and data centre
  • Africa’s e-shopping sector is busy being born – Cote d’Ivoire and Cameroon stake a claim
  • Access launches first LTE voice data network in Malawi aimed at high-end niche customers, leaving CDMA for lower end customers
  • Mozilla brings low, low-cost smartphones to Africa – Looking forward to 50-80% smartphone ownership
  • The Mobile Gender Gap in Africa is Costing Operator Revenues – Women own less phones and use them less says GSMA study
  • Gambia’s Netpage makes it first across the line to launch 4G/LTE – Will make quality of service a priority
  • Battle for 4G subscribers in Cote d’Ivoire set to hot up as mobile operators get ready to roll-out – YooMee wants to be reference point for quality and speed
  • Zimbabwean MVNO Viva! wants to take on the dominant mobile operator on price and service innovation
  • Main One to offer Infrastructure as a Service in April in partnership with EMC and Microsoft