Telecom Namibia ready for WACS

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Telecom Namibia is ready to connect the country to the West African Cable System (WACS), a consortium high speed submarine system linking Africa to Europe, which it hopes will lead to higher-bandwidth, cheaper data and voice services for all end-users. The US$600 million fibre-optic cable has reached the shores of Namibia, while Telecom has already deployed infrastructure to link its …

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Orascom Telecom Algeria received the final Tax Reassessment for the years 2008 and 2009 amounting to US$ 230 Million

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Orascom Telecom Holding (OTH”) announces that its Algerian subsidiary Orascom Telecom Algeria (OTA”) has received the final tax notification from the Algerian Direction des Grandes Enterprises (Tax Department for Large-Scale Companies) (the DGE”) in respect of the years 2008 and 2009, in which the DGE has re-assessed taxes alleged to be owed by OTA in the amount of approximately DZD …

EditorOrascom Telecom Algeria received the final Tax Reassessment for the years 2008 and 2009 amounting to US$ 230 Million

Telecom to launch SMS Directory Service (Namibia)

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Telecom has announced that it is all set to launch an innovative text message service, which for the first time in Namibia will deliver a range of key classified business information using Short Messaging Service (SMS) platforms across a multiple of mobile networks in Namibia. The service, which will be available from next Monday will offer classified directory information searches …

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MTN, Orascom deny to comment on takeover bid (Namibia)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Both Orascom and MTN are tight lipped about the possible takeover bid of Orascom, the parent company of Leo – Namibia’s second largest telecommunications operator by MTN. The silence is amidst visible signs and media speculation surrounding the takeover bid. Stanley Similo, spokesperson of Leo denied commenting on the future of the company saying that he was not in …

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Orascom & Algerian govt to open talk for Djezzy

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Negotiations with Algerian government is set to be opened by Orascom Telecom, the Cairo-based mobile operator that could lead to the nationalization of its highly profitable subsidiary in the north African country. The company has written to the authorities in Algiers seeking talks over the future of Djezzy, its Algerian mobile unit. However, there are still doubts as in …

EditorOrascom & Algerian govt to open talk for Djezzy