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)

Alfa offers International Access Service free of cost

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In compliance with the comprehensive strategy that it has recently started to implement aiming at providing its subscribers with state of the art services and attractive offers, Alfa, the mobile operator, announces new offers and privileges. Thus, Alfa is now granting its customers who are purchasing a new line for the new price of 50 USD instead of 100 USD, …

EditorAlfa offers International Access Service free of cost

MTN acquires Verizon SA unit (South Africa)

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MTN (South Africa based cellular group) has completely bought Verizon Business South Africa and has renamed the corporate communications provider as MTN Business. The firm, which provides data solutions in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Kenya, has been acquired from US carrier Verizon Communications. Tim Lowry, Managing Director of MTN SA, said, ‘This acquisition falls in line with our …

EditorMTN acquires Verizon SA unit (South Africa)

Telecel announces objectives for Cell One (Namibia)

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Egypt’s Orascom Telecom, subsidiary Telecel Globe has proclaimed its objectives to develop the mobile network of its newly acquired Namibian subsidiary Cell One by ‘investing hundreds of millions of Namibian dollars, expanding network coverage to reach 90% to 95% of the population in one and a half years, and doubling retail presence over the next year’. Telecel has bought 2G/3G …

EditorTelecel announces objectives for Cell One (Namibia)

Orascom’s Telecel acquires Namibia’s Cell One

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A subsidiary of Egypt’s Orascom Telecom, Telecel Globe has acquired Namibian 2G/3G cellco Powercom (trading as Cell One) for around US$59 million. According to a recent data, Cell One launched a GSM-900/1800 network in March 2007 before expanding coverage to all 13 regions of the country, and it switched on a W-CDMA-based 3G network in June 2008, with coverage limited …

EditorOrascom’s Telecel acquires Namibia’s Cell One