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Iranian MVNO Gets License – Financial Tribune

FANAP ICT Company, owned by Pasargad Financial Group, has received license to operate as a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).The government announced two years ago that companies seeking to work as virtual network service providers could register for MVNO licenses, with FANAP being one of the first applicants. The company has now been granted a 5-year permit to deliver  services, local ... Read More »

A badly-timed dollar debt has put the future of Nigeria's No.4 mobile network in doubt – Quartz

Nigeria’s dollar shortage problems are abating, but its effects are not. Etisalat Nigeria, one of the country’s four major mobile network operators has lost the backing of Etisalat Group, its Abu Dhabi-based parent company, following its default on debt repayments. Etisalat Group had held a 45% stake in the Nigerian operator. It follows Etisalat Nigeria’s failure to reach an agreement ... Read More »

Fastest Mobile Networks 2017 – PCMag

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Africa's MNOs willing to share source of 'competitive advantage … – ITWeb Africa

Market for tower services in Sub-Saharan Africa is worth approximately US$991.7m, according to Frost & Sullivan. More than 38% of mobile network towers in Sub-Saharan Africa are now owned by independent tower management companies as mobile network operators in the region embrace infrastructure sharing, experts have said. An analysis report by Frost & Sullivan titled Sub-Saharan Africa Mobile Telecom Infrastructure ... Read More »

Africa's MNOs willing to share source of 'competitive advantage' – ITWeb Africa

Market for tower services in Sub-Saharan Africa is worth approximately US$991.7m, according to Frost & Sullivan. More than 38% of mobile network towers in Sub-Saharan Africa are now owned by independent tower management companies as mobile network operators in the region embrace infrastructure sharing, experts have said. An analysis report by Frost & Sullivan titled Sub-Saharan Africa Mobile Telecom Infrastructure ... Read More »

North America Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Market … – Business Wire (press release)

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “North America Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Market (2016 – 2022)” report to their offering. A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) acts as a reseller for wireless communications services. The ever-increasing mobile subscriber base would significantly contribute to the growth of the mobile virtual network operator market during the forecast ... Read More »

North America Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Market 2016-2022 : Market is expected is expected to register … – Business Wire (press release)

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “North America Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Market (2016 – 2022)” report to their offering. A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) acts as a reseller for wireless communications services. The ever-increasing mobile subscriber base would significantly contribute to the growth of the mobile virtual network operator market during the forecast ... Read More »

Buggy devices and lazy operators make VoLTE a security nightmare – The Register

Voicemail hacking? Discovered in 2015, and still not fixed. And that’s not the worst of it Voice over LTE leaks like a sieve, because nobody’s paying attention to the details. That’s the conclusion in a paper (PDF) presented to the Symposium on Information and Communications Technology Security in Rennes, France last week. The researchers, from Priority 1 Security, warn the ... Read More »

Sprint escalates mobile war with free year of unlimited service for … – FierceWireless

The U.S. market for wireless services has grown increasingly cutthroat in recent months, but Sprint just went nuclear. In a quiet kind of way. The nation’s fourth-largest mobile network operator seems to have launched a limited-time promotion offering a year of “unlimited” talk, text and data to users who switch from Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile. The deal is available through ... Read More »

MCI Gains as MTN-Irancell Fortunes Fade – Financial Tribune

Users of the partly South African-owned MTN-Irancell company are dropping out of the mobile network service at an unprecedented rate, while the older and bigger Mobile Communications of Iran (MCI) is benefiting from a bigger clientele, according to data released this week by Iran’s Information Technology Organization.Mobile number portability (MNP) enables mobile phone users to retain their numbers while changing ... Read More »