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Vodafone Qatar joins ITU

Vodafone Qatar joins ITU

The company will participate in ITU’s Telecommunication Standardization Sector

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Nilesat partners with Eutelsat

Nilesat partners with Eutelsat

Egyptian satellite operator to take a multiple transponders lease

Bharti Airtel partners with Eaton Towers

Bharti Airtel partners with Eaton Towers

Airtel to divest 3,500 African telecom towers

Millicom to offer new mobile money service

Millicom to offer new mobile money service

Mobile money service with automatic returns

Zamtel and NEC agree on microwave backbone

Zamtel and NEC agree on microwave backbone

Deal to be completed within 12 months

Yahsat partners with Orbital Science Corporation

Yahsat partners with Orbital Science Corporation

Al Yah 3 to be launched in Q4 2016 from French Guiana

Millicom, Kalixa partner to create online payments

Millicom, Kalixa partner to create online payments

Service to be launched in Africa and Latin America

SLA Mobile becomes SAMENA Council member

SLA Mobile becomes SAMENA Council member

Company to offer new services

Etisalat Group not planning IPOs apart from Egypt

Etisalat Group not planning IPOs apart from Egypt

Julfar says Etisalat Misr is still studying IPO options, no plans for other markets

Tawasul Telecom, Equinix IBX to set PoP in Dubai

Tawasul Telecom, Equinix IBX to set PoP in Dubai

Agreement to expand availability of the MPLS networking service in the region

Nawras to use Response Tek ‘Voice of the Customer’

Nawras to use Response Tek ‘Voice of the Customer’

Real time insights from customers will be sent to Nawras

Gemalto provides connectivity to rural Africa

Gemalto provides connectivity to rural Africa

SOLARKIOSKs produce sustainable electricity

Rwanda to get commercial LTE

Rwanda to get commercial LTE

olleh Rwanda Networks partnered with Nokia Networks

Ooredoo launches VOCE globally

Ooredoo launches VOCE globally

New solution to collect and analyse customer feedback

PCCW Global, Paratus Telecom to enhance HD voice

PCCW Global, Paratus Telecom to enhance HD voice

Companies to improve MPLS network coverage in Namibia

Onlime expands capacity on AFRICASAT-1a

Onlime expands capacity on AFRICASAT-1a

MEASAT signed agreement with Onlime


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