Cameroon telcos make fresh pledge to fix network hurdles
Camtel, MTN and Orange made the pledge to address network challenges during a meeting chaired by the minister.Amindeh Blaise Atabong
Campost-YunusPay to drive social, financial inclusion in Cameroon
The super app is backed by Yunus SA, a subsidiary of UK-based fintech and telecoms value-added services provider VYZYO, and Cameroon Postal Services.
Camtel says vandalism to blame for SAT-3 fibre optic cut
Recent service disruption to Camtel network, as well as to service delivery from third-party MNOs.
Cameroon telcos commit US$252m to improve service delivery
MNOs reach agreement with the Telecommunications Regulatory Board to improve network performance, quality and coverage.
Cameroon loses 12.2-bn CFA to cybercrime in 2021
Country’s Minister of Posts and Telecommunications calls for unification in efforts to address several challenges.
MTN Cameroon CEO launches charm offensive
Mitwa Ng'ambi has met with several industry operators and stakeholders to gage level of support, activity and cooperation.
Cameroon deploys US$155m emergency telecommunications network
Infrastructure is being constructed by ZTE Corporation and funded by Exim Bank of China, and is expected to be completed by year-end.
Tech win energises Cameroon’s drive to unify Fintech ecosystem
Country receives official regulatory go-ahead for its NPSI gateway system.
Cameroon, CAR seal deal for fibre optic interconnection
The latest MoU forms part of the broader Central African Backbone (CAB) project.
Cameroon hoping to join Budapest Convention to curb cybercrime
Country is reviewing and collating its cybersecurity legislation to support its bid to officially join the international agreement.
Cameroon provides high-speed connectivity to start-ups in Silicon Mountain
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Minette Libom Li Likeng made the donation on the sidelines of the third edition of the Cameroon ICT Innovation Week.
Cameroon edges closer to digital transformation
Country unveils Digital Innovation Centre to empower ‘techpreneurs’ and start-ups