English Issue Archives

  • Two major North African markets look set to become legal VoIP pioneers, says new report
  • EASSy project enters the final lap with critics on all sides
  • Most common complaints about phone service are price, quality and access, says new report
  • MTN’s purchase of Cameroonian ISP may spell the end of independent ISPs
  • The new scramble for Africa – acquisitions reshaping the communications landscape
  • Benin –DIY wireless enthusiasts launch Wi-Fi broadband and IP-to-IP calling
  • DRC heads towards peace with launch of 3G licence process
  • Algeria opens up its voice market to VOIP but sets the bar high
  • African mobile roaming charges – one of the last forms of legal daylight robbery
  • A new breed of wireless VOIP providers– mobile operators’ nightmare may be just around the corner
  • Kenya – legal VOIP begins to shake up the market and bring prices down
  • Interconnect Special: lower interconnect rates in Africa have not led to lower prices for customers, says new report
  • Sudan special – oil fuels rapid growth in telecoms and internet sectors
  • Cameroon’s Douala1.com launches T-CDMA wireless broadband service
  • EASSY consortium reaches crunch point for choices about pricing, access and governance – interview with project co-ordinator, John Sihra
  • Gambia special – new telecoms bill is the starter’s gun for liberalisation
  • Sonatel and Gamtel heading towards "triple-play implementation"
  • Sudan archiving project turns dry-as-dust documents into bits for easy access
  • Southern Africa leads the way with new trends, says just-published report
  • Imagining the future: Africa looking forward five years from now