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Airtel Kenya pays US$40m to boost spectrum spread

Airtel Africa’s subsidiary confirms acquisition of new licence, says additional spectrum will be used to support 4G network expansion and 5G foundation.
Michael Malakata
Jun 30, 2022

Namibia’s government bemoans level of access to internet, telco coverage

Half the country’s population has no internet access, according to the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology.
Jan 27, 2022

Mobile and fixed line subscription boosts Uganda’s telecoms prospects

Uganda Communications Commission releases findings of a recent quarterly report.
Sep 27, 2021

Growth of Uganda's telecoms - modest but fast says regulator

Telecommunications industry has registered modest growth across all major indicators.

Zambia’s new President vows to attract investment in telecoms

Newly elected Hakainde Hichilema said his administration will formulate respective policies, and look to SADC and Africa first for investment.
Aug 3, 2021

Uganda's digital finance growth better than Africa’s average says regulator

Country’s regulator clears telcos to separate their digital financial business (mobile money) from the cellular network operations to capitalise on opportunity.
Apr 12, 2021

Mobile subscription rate drops in Uganda

But internet subscription registered marginal growth according to industry regulator report.
May 18, 2020

Data, mobile money drives Airtel Africa's revenue growth

Company looks to increase its footprint across kiosks, mini-shops and Airtel money shops.
Jan 23, 2020

Tanzania, Uganda criticised for SIM card registration policies

A Comparitech report reflects the ranking of the countries based on 'harsh' regulation practices.
Oct 25, 2019

Seychelles' Intelvision invests US$25-million in 5G

Network to be rolled out in June 2020 with the help of China's Huawei Technologies.
Jul 3, 2019

Malawi bemoans low number of rural mobile money agents

Consumer Association says the situation challenges the country's financial inclusion agenda.