TELECOM

April 22, 2018

Libya chases Zambia’s offshore assets to get due LAP GreenN payment

Libyan telecommunications company LAP GreenN is considering chasing after Zambia’s offshore assets after the southern African country defaulted four times on an order to pay $257 million in compensation for nationalizing a firm it invested in.

Zambia"...

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April 12, 2018

GSMA Launches Global Mobile Money Certification Scheme

(AETOS Wire)-- At the Mobile 360 – West Africa event, the GSMA announced the launch of the GSMA Mobile Money Certification, a global scheme for mobile money providers to offer safer, more transparent and more resilient financial services to"...

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April 11, 2018

Mobile Ecosystem to Be Worth More Than $50 Billion to West Africa Economy by 2022, Finds New GSMA Study

(AETOS Wire)-- The mobile industry in West Africa is forecast to contribute more than $50 billion annually to the region’s economy by 2022, according to a new GSMA study published today at the ‘Mobile 360 – West Africa’ event"...

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April 10, 2018

Libya Communications Company attends workshop on 5G in China

The General Authority for Communications and Informatics (GACI) was invited to participate in a workshop in China by the smartphone companies HUAWEI and ZTE on the fifth generation technology and its advantages.

The"...

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April 9, 2018

Liquid Telecom Is Helping East Africa Become A Gaming Powerhouse: Dismiss The Impact Of Video Games At Your Own Peril

Yesterday, Liquid Telecom Kenya provided free high-speed internet connection (250mbps) for the Pro Series Gaming Tournament in Nairobi, Kenya.

The tournament saw players pitted against each other in the popular"...

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April 8, 2018

Vodacom unveils Trade Direct portal to connect small businesses with new markets and opportunities

Small businesses have the potential to create jobs even under conditions of weak growth. They also carry the prospects of leading the way to a more thriving future for the country.

As a means to help drive this"...

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March 27, 2018

LPTIC begins $1.7 bn plan to reunite Libyan telecoms

Libyan Post, Telecommunication and information technology Company (LPTIC), the state-owned Libyan telco, has announced a $1.75 billion plan to reunify telecoms in the country.

The news comes after years of conflict"...

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March 25, 2018

Reunited, Libya telecom starts $1.7b work plan

Libya's telecoms utility has been reunified after years divided by conflict and is starting work on projects worth $1.7 billion to improve connections across a country hit by power outages and infrastructure damage, its chairman said.

LPTIC, which owns Libyan mobile operators"...

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March 24, 2018

INTERVIEW-Reunited, Libya telecom starts $1.7 bln work plan

Libya’s telecoms utility has been reunified after years divided by conflict and is starting work on projects worth $1.7 billion to improve connections across a country hit by power outages and infrastructure damage, its chairman said.

LPTIC,"...

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