• Vodafone Agrees to Sell Stake in Ghana Operations to Telecel.

    In an effort to concentrate on important areas, Vodafone PLC has reportedly agreed to sell a 70% interest in Vodafone Ghana to Telecel. British telecommunications giant Vodafone has agreed to sell its majority stake in Vodafone Ghana to Africa-focused Telecel Group as it looks to refocus on key markets,...
  • NCA Fines MTN Ghana Over GHC100,000 for Failure to Comply

    Ghana’s National Communication Authority (NCA) has fined MTN Ghana over GHC100,000 for failure to comply with regulations that protect customers. The telecommunication giant, MTN Ghana has been fined over GHC100,000 (USD $17, 500) for its failure to follow the regulatory directives by Ghana’s National Communications Authority (NCA). According to...
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    Google’s Project Loon Setup New Ground Stations in Nyeri, Kenya

    Google-owned balloon internet company Project Loon has announced the installation of a new set of ground stations in Nyeri, it’s third town after Nairobi and Nakuru, in Kenya....
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    GSMA Report: Spotlight on Nigeria – Delivering a Digital Future

    How Nigeria can achieve Digital Economy, a report by Global System for Mobile Communication Association (GSMA) Modernising regulation and policy reform will be crucial to boosting Nigeria’s digital economy and accelerating internet access for millions through increased mobile broadband penetration, the Global System for Mobile Communication Association (GSMA) has...
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    Tizeti Secures $3 Mil Series A Funding to expand unlimited Internet into Ghana

    Nigerian ISP startup Tizeti and its consumer-facing brand, Wifi.com.ng has closed a Series A round of $3M, led by 4DX Ventures. This follows on from the company’s Seed investment of $2.1M reported in 2017, with this round included existing investors Y Combinator Continuity, Lynett Capital, Social Capital, Western Technology Investment, Friále, and Golden Palm Investments. Tizeti will use this investment to expand...
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    Mobile Subscribers Set To Soar in Sub-Saharan Africa – GSMA Report

    Latest GSMA Report Indicates a rise in Mobile Subscribers in Sub-Saharan Africa with more than half a billion unique mobile subscribers projected by 2020. GSMA have released their 2017 Mobile Economy: Sub-Saharan Africa study which has put unique mobile subscriptions in Sub-Saharan Africa at a penetration rate of 43 percent. They are expected to...