English Issue Archives

  • Tunisie Telecom: Foley bought in to transform company’s culture
  • Satellite dominates cellular backhaul, says new study
  • South Africa’s coming convergence may hold lessons for rest of the continent
  • GSM>3G Africa 06: masters of the universe face a tougher climb
  • Walls come tumbling down: Uganda licences VoIP service provider
  • One for the money, two for the show…Cabo Verde Telecom launches IP-TV
  • Industry’s dirty little secret - cross-country transit prices keep SAT3 international bandwidth prices high
  • Mauritania: arrival of third operator will shake up cosy duopoly
  • EASSy parties in disconnect over end of the beginning– negotiations continue
  • Spectrum conflicts threaten existing services and new technology take-up
  • Nigeria: the beginning of the end for Africa’s international grey market?
  • Hitting the spot – African Wi-Fi hot spots come of age
  • Burundi’s Onatel seeks South African govt help to retrieve scam payment
  • AFRICA'S TRANSITION TO FIBRE LIKELY TO BE SLOWER THAN EXPECTED, SAYS NEW REPORT
  • Revealed: the SAT3 consortium’s shareholder agreement they don’t want you to see
  • Cameroon’s Matrix Telecom looks to VOIP as MTN set to provide nationwide internet service by November 2006
  • EASSY members agree to hybrid SPV and KDN still going ahead
  • Powerline deployed in SA and Uganda– IP-TV trial this autumn
  • Show me the money - English judge on Econet: “serious non-disclosure or misrepresentation of true position”
  • Cable theft – the cancer eating at the heart of the fixed network