English Issue Archives

  • Cote d’Ivoire: Warid Telecom pays for licence but can’t get enough spectrum to operate
  • Jet Net’s new Jordanian investor plans voice and data challenge using WiMAX
  • Broadband pricing strategies the key to future international bandwidth growth, says third edition of BA voice and data forecasts
  • Financial tide goes out on incumbent telco privatisations - who will buy Africa’s “problem children”?
  • Minimum CAPEX, Maximum OPEX - Expresso’s strategy for African expansion
  • Senegalese consumers called to boycott mobile phones to protest 2% tax increase on wide range of services
  • Nigeria – shaping up to become the next big M-money market
  • West Africa: New international fibre entrants playing a dangerous game of poker
  • Ethiopia’s ETC: The elephant in the room slows down ICT development
  • The Year of Living Dangerously – how to survive in a low growth world
  • WiMAX establishes a clear foothold in Africa with over 100 installations across the continent
  • Nigeria’s Suburban set to operate a Lagos-Abidjan regional terrestrial fibre link
  • Ushahidi helps people by tracking what’s happening in a crisis by web and SMS
  • Liberian Government turns up the heat on Comium to Renegotiate Agreement
  • Cheaper international fibre prices in 2009 will put the squeeze on national backbone prices
  • iVeri’s implementation of e-commerce by debit card looks set to widen the user base
  • Egypt tries to control the use of GPS by banning except with individual licences
  • No free pass: global financial crisis will impact Africa’s telecoms sector
  • Central Africa markets fail to get the attention they deserve, says new report
  • Orun Energy’s low-cost base station achieves 60% energy savings in tests with Ghana’s Kasapa