Orange Kenya stated that the migration is aimed at improving its services, ensuring viability and improving quality of the network service.
GSMA announced today that currently, 17 mobile network operators (MNOs) have launched Mobile Connect services in 13 countries since the last Mobile World Congress (MWC) in 2014, and plans to launch more connect beta trials in all major regions in 2015.
Per a directive from the Ugandan telecoms regulator, Ugandan Communications Commission, Ugandan MNOs will a launch new and uniform USSD codes for airtime recharge and balance check on 1st of March, 2015.
For economic observers, Renaissance Capital, a money management company, has released the telecom update on MTN share price Vis a Vis the devaluation of Nigeria, the video-on-demand (VOD)/Neotel saga in South Africa and the outlook for Over the Top Content (OTT).
Offering customers poor quality of service is apparently now a crime for telcos in Malawi. In a bid to get telcos to buckle up, the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has reportedly put regulations in place that allows it fine, penalise or imprison company representatives for poor quality of service. The MACRA might be taking it […]