MobileWorld magazine, a leading telecommunications publication, which focuses on Africa, has announced plans to stage its first awards for the telecommunication industry in the...
Under the auspices of the Algerian ministry of posts and information and communications technology, fairtrade organises the 8th edition of alger telecom, Algeria’s one and only dedicated telecommunications event. Alger Telecom had been the major business and networking platform for the Algerian telecommunications community during 2001 through 2007. After taking a deep, deep breath of inspirations in 2008, alger telecom is now all set for a fresh start in 2009!
With an ever-growing number of players on the African market, it is easy for users to switch from one operator to another. Most customers own SIM cards of different operators to get the best benefits of all the operators' offerings. To be successful in building loyalty, operators need to focus clearly and critically on learning more about their customers and their needs.
Despite its lack of telecommunications infrastructure, Mozambique was one of the first countries in the region to reform its telecommunications sector in 1992. Mobile connections have experienced triple-digit growth rates almost every year since 1997. Privatization is now being promoted through a new Telecommunications Act in order to attract high levels of investment.