Alfa expands 231pre-based stations (Lebanon)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Alfa, the mobile operator, managed by Orascom Telecom announced that it is keeping on strengthening its network all over Lebanon in order to enhance the quality of transmission, improve the network coverage and increase its capacity to support the subscribers’ traffic and growth. Thus, 99 Stations have been installed progressively in the different regions since the first of February …

EditorAlfa expands 231pre-based stations (Lebanon)

Alfa offers free breaking news service via SMS (Lebanon)

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Alfa, the Lebanese mobile operator managed since Feb 1, 2009 by Orascom Telecom, leader mobile operator in the MENA region and South Asia, announced that since June 1, 2009, all its subscribers can keep themselves updated with the most current local and international news by getting breaking news headlines on their mobile for free. This service will be provided by …

EditorAlfa offers free breaking news service via SMS (Lebanon)

Alfa offers 60 free SMS to Alfa Active subscribers (Lebanon)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Alfa, the mobile operator, announced a new offer on Alfa Active prepaid lines, whereby 60 local free SMS will be granted to every Alfa Active user who has bought a prepaid line from the 1st until the 28th of April, 2009. Starting the first of May 2009, Alfa will be sending a short message (SMS) informing the winners about …

EditorAlfa offers 60 free SMS to Alfa Active subscribers (Lebanon)

Telcel Globe acquires Cell One Namibia

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Telecel Globe, a subsidiary of Orascom Telecom Holding S.A.E., announced today that it has acquired the mobile telecommunications operator Cell One in Namibia. Namibia is amongst the wealthiest countries in sub-Saharan Africa with a GDP/capita of US$ 5,200 (at PPP). It has a population of approximately 2.1 million and a mobile penetration of close to 50% at the end …

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Alfa installs 13 new radio stations

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Alfa, the mobile operator, announced that it is keeping on strengthening its network in all Lebanon by installing 13 new radio Stations since the 23rd of April 2009 in the different regions in addition to the 54 radio stations installed progressively since the first of February 2009 in different locations, in order to enhance the quality of services, improve …

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Mundo Startel plans investment of $55Mn in Angola

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Mundo Startel, the Angolian telco, a part of Telecom Namibia, intends to make an investment of nearly USD55 million to install 100,000 wireless in the local loop (WiLL) telephone lines providing voice, data and internet services in the capital and other areas as a part of its expansion project in the medium- to long-term. Mundo also plans to construct …

EditorMundo Startel plans investment of $55Mn in Angola

Alfa installs 9 new Transmission Stations (Lebanon)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Alfa, the mobile operator, announced that it is keeping on strengthening its network in all Lebanon by installing 16 new transmissions Stations since the 14th of April 2009 in the different regions in addition to the 45 transmission stations installed progressively since the first of February 2009 in different locations, in order to enhance the quality of transmission, improve …

EditorAlfa installs 9 new Transmission Stations (Lebanon)

Zimbabwe will join Southern and East African countries to offer 3G services

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Zimbabwe will soon join other Southern and East African countries offering 3G services after the country’s Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (POTRAZ) gave approval on the issuance of licenses. Zimbabwe will join Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Uganda and Kenya to offer 3G services, that enables subscribers to enjoy video calling and mobile Internet access including wireless broadband data services. …

EditorZimbabwe will join Southern and East African countries to offer 3G services

Alfa installs 16 New Transmission Stations in addition to the 29 others installed progressively since the first of February 2009 (Lebanon)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Alfa, the mobile operator, announced that it is keeping on strengthening its network in all Lebanon by installing 16 new transmissions Stations since the 7th of April 2009 in the different regions in addition to the 29 transmission stations installed progressively since the first of February 2009 in different locations, in order to enhance the quality of transmission, improve …

EditorAlfa installs 16 New Transmission Stations in addition to the 29 others installed progressively since the first of February 2009 (Lebanon)

Cell One offers free airtime to prepaid subscribers (Namibia)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Cell One prepaid subscribers will enjoy free airtime when recharge their accounts weekly. The subscribers have to recharge their accounts weekly from Monday to Sunday and they will receive N$5 free airtime and N$50, depending on the amount of airtime purchased. The company has introduced the new campaign to benefit both existing and new customers for choosing Namibia’s best …

EditorCell One offers free airtime to prepaid subscribers (Namibia)

Alfa launches “Pick your line online” service (Lebanon)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: Alfa, the mobile operator, announced that it has launched its new service “Pick your Line Online” as of 3rd of April 2009. This service will give Alfa’s customers the freedom to book a postpaid Classic mobile number via internet through the operator’s website: www.alfa.com.lb. Currently, the available numbers fall under the range of 70-4. After the customer reserves the …

EditorAlfa launches “Pick your line online” service (Lebanon)

Alfa announces more than 60 % reduction in SMS & MMS tariffs (Lebanon)

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Alfa, the mobile operator, announced more than 60 per cent reduction in SMS prices for all postpaid and prepaid subscribers with effect from March 18, 2009. With this measure, Alfa has cut down the local SMS price to 0.09 USD for both postpaid and prepaid (i.e. to 0.36 unit), instead of 0.20 USD for postpaid lines (Alfa Classic) and 0.272 …

EditorAlfa announces more than 60 % reduction in SMS & MMS tariffs (Lebanon)