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Best Black Friday telecoms deals in South Africa

Black Friday 2018 is here, and many South African telecommunications operators and Internet service providers are offering discounts on their connectivity products this year. Black Friday is well known in the United States, but it only started to gain traction over the last few years in South Africa. Online retailers started this trend in South Africa, and large brick-and-mortar shops ... Read More »

Africa: innovation in telecoms – africanews

What advances for the continent in terms of information and communication technologies? Another look at the program on the telecommunications show: AfricaCom, held last week in South Africa. Access to information and communication technologies for all. This was one of the main highlights of the 2019 edition of the telecommunications fair held in South Africa. It is an emergency for ... Read More »

NCC Kicks against Shutting down Telecoms Base Stations

Garba Danbatta Kemi Olaitan in Ibadan The Executive Vice Chairman of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, Thursday raised the alarm over the shutting down of telecommunications base stations by state governments and agencies, saying it engenders security risk. He made the call at the South-West Stakeholders’ Parliament with relevant agencies in charge of telecommunications matters with the theme: ... Read More »

Service, contract problems top Chile telecoms complaints

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NCC Warns Against Arbitrary Shutting Of Telecoms Base Stations

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on Thursday warned state governments and security agencies to stop arbitrary shutting down of telecommunications base stations and infrastructure. The Commission’s Executive Vice Chairman, Prof. Umar Garba Dambatta while speaking at the South West Stakeholders’ Parliament with Relevant Agencies in Charge of Telecommunications Matters with the theme: “Optimizing the Benefits of Telecoms Infrastructure In Nigeria” ... Read More »

FG Promises Improved Telecoms Services

Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu The federal government has said that efforts are ongoing to have extra satellites to support the present Nigeria Communication Satellite (NIGCOMSAT) to improve quantum in the telecommunications industry. The Minister of Communication, Dr Adebayo Shittu, spoke Thursday at the sixth regular meeting of the National Council on Communication Technology in Abeokuta, Ogun State. Shittu said ... Read More »

Shutting Down Telecoms Facilities Based on Court Orders, Says Kogi Govt

Yekini Jimoh in Lokoja The Kogi State Government wednesday gave reasons for shutting down telecoms facilities in the state, which it said it’s based on court orders.The shutting down of the Telecoms facilities by Kogi State Government has affected four other states. The Director of Legal and Enforcement of Kogi State Internal Revenue Service (KSIRS), Jamil Isah, made this known ... Read More »

Uganda to make new telecoms investors share infrastructure

Uganda will allow telecoms investors rent capacity from existing fibre optic cables. [Photo: Courtesy] KAMPALA – Uganda will force new investors in telecommunications services to rent capacity from existing fibre optic cables, rather than lay their own, to stem infrastructure duplication and lower internet access costs, the sector regulator said on Tuesday. The East African nation’s telecoms sector has attracted ... Read More »