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Orange ups cost-cutting target as Q2 revenue slides
French incumbent hopes to save ?300 million this year as EBITDA margin stabilises.
Mozilla appoints permanent CEO
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Canadian smartphone maker says acquisition bolsters its encrypted voice and data services.
BlackBerry plays to enterprise strengths with Secusmart buy
Canadian smartphone maker says acquisition bolsters its encrypted voice and data services.
BlackBerry plays to enterprise strengths with Secusmart buy
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South Africa: Presidential Summit of the Washington Fellowship for Young Afri...
[U.S. Embassy Pretoria]The Presidential Summit commences today, July 28, and runs until July 30.
Kenya: Safaricom Maintains Lead On New Mobile Phone Lines
[The Star]MOBILE companies registered 1.98 million more subscribers between March last year and this year, according to data released yesterday by Communications Authority of Kenya.
Kenya: Drones to Improve Agriculture
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Kenya: Social Media Bigwigs to Be Awarded
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Kenya: Kenya Telcos Register Drop in SMS Numbers
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Nigeria: Cybercrime - Growing Globally Though Less Than 1 Percent of GDP
[Independent]Online attacks drain less than 1 per cent from the nation's economy, but experts say the trend is going in the wrong direction - and most companies aren't implementing even basic measures to stop it.
Kenya: Nairobi Blogger's Bail Reduced to Sh500,000
[Capital FM]Nairobi -A Nairobi court has now revised cash bail for blogger Seth Odongo alias Dikembe Disembe to Sh500,000 down from the initial Sh2 million.
Kenya: Bharti Airtel Crosses 300 Million Customers Milestone
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Bharti Airtel, a leading global telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, has announced that it has crossed the 300 million customer mark across its operations.
Kenya: Cyber Cafe Owners to Be Trained on Tax Returns
[The Star]Cyber cafe operators will receive training from KRA on how to file annual tax returns online.The tax collector will undertake the exercise until Friday this week, before targeting other taxpayers to help create awareness on the new integrated tax management system.
Rwanda: Bharti Airtel Hits 300 Million Subscriber Mark
[New Times]Airtel Rwanda's mother company, Bharti Airtel, has crossed the 300 million-subscriber mark across all its operations, the global telecom firm announced in a media statement yesterday.
Nigeria: Airtel Unveils Internet Bundles for Android Devices
[Vanguard]Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has taken yet another bold step in realization of its corporate vision of becoming the No1 mobile Internet service provider in Nigeria as it announces the introduction of Internet Bundles for Android devices.
Nigeria: 2014 Imagine Cup - NITDA Supports Team Nigeria With Digital Tools
[Vanguard]Committed to retooling young technology startups for global competitiveness, the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has supported Team Nigeria with digital tools such as Laptops, windows mobile devices as well as other incentives that will enable them do well at the ongoing 2014 Microsoft Imagine Cup which kicks off Tuesday (tomorrow) in Seattle, Washington, the United States.
Swaziland: Facebook 'Bypasses Censored Media'
[Swazi Media]Young people in Swaziland are turning to social media sites such as Facebook because it allows them to enjoy 'the fundamental rights to freedom of expression' that is denied to them elsewhere in the kingdom, a research report has found.
Kenya: DP Ruto's Twitter Account Hacked
[The Star]Deputy President William Ruto is the latest high profile official within the government to have his official Twitter account hacked.
Kenya: Business Woman to Sue Microsoft Over Photos
[CIO]Business lady Susan Wokabi owner of Suzie Beauty shops and CEO of Suzie Beauty Cosmetics, is suing Microsoft under claims that the global company used her images (hands and her son Maceo's foot) on their billboards without her consent.

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Orange Group revenues drop 3.4% to EUR9.8bn in 2Q14
International telecoms giant Orange Group has published its financial results for the three months ended 30 June 2014 (2Q14), reporting a 3.4% year-on-year drop in consolidated revenues, on comparable basis, to EUR9.788 billion (USD13.15 billion); the downturn was mainly attributed to the financial performance of its units in France, Belgium, Poland and the Enterprise segment, but partly offset by strong growth in Africa and Middle East. Excluding the impact of regulatory measures, which the group said amounted to EUR120 million in the three months under review, the slump would have been 2.3% on an annualised basis. *In its domestic market, Orange's sales were down by 4.2% on comparable basis, mainly affected by price reductions related to the updated Origami, Open and Sosh offers, as well as by the growth of SIM-only offers, while operations in Spain also suffered from competitive pressure on pricing, with sales down 8.6% y-o-y on comparable basis to EUR943 million. Meanwhile, Poland saw a 5.4% reduction in revenues to EUR740 million in 2Q14. The ?Rest of World? segment, which includes the Group?s operations across Africa, Middle East and selected markets in Europe, saw a marginal 0.2% improvement in revenues, which edged up to EUR1.797 billion.*Further, Orange Group?s restated EBITDA for the period under review slumped 3.1% year-on-year to EUR3.123 billion, down from EUR3.224 billion in 2Q13, as a reduction in operating costs was offset by the decrease in revenues. CAPEX for the second quarter of the year, however, rose by 4.5% to EUR1.340 billion, led by investments in fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) and Long Term Evolution (LTE) infrastructure, with network infrastructure investments representing 58% of the group?s CAPEX; the ratio of CAPEX to revenues was slightly improved, by one percentage point, to 13.7% compared to 2Q13.*In operational terms, Orange Group claimed 236.176 million customers worldwide at the end of June 2014, up from 231.486 million twelve months earlier. Mobile subscribers accounted for 178.701 million of these customer accounts. In its domestic market, Orange reported that its subscriber base reached 26.956 million customers, a marginal 0.9% increase year-on-year (+246,000 net additions), while Africa and the Middle East contributed a total of 111.594 million, an increase of 4.2% y-o-y, mainly due to growth in Guinea, Mali, Guinea-Bissau and Senegal. Elsewhere, Orange reported subscriber growth in the likes of Spain, Poland, Moldova and Egypt, while Belgium, Jordan, Cameroon and Madagascar all saw their customer bases contract. Orange's consolidated fixed broadband user base climbed to 15.706 million by end-June 2014, a 4.0% improvement on the 15.107 million reported in Q2 2013, with Spain leading the pack in terms of net additions (318,000), followed by France (198,000), Egypt (52,000) and Slovakia (28,000). *Orange Group chairman and CEO Stephane Richard commented: ?Overall, we had a solid commercial performance, particularly in France, Belgium and Poland, while in Africa and the Middle East we had [our] strongest growth in four years. Meanwhile, we remain focused on lightening Orange?s cost structure, allowing us to stabilise our margin rate in the first half and to confirm our annual targets for 2014. We are continuing our efforts in this area and have increased our target for lowering indirect costs and now aim to achieve a reduction of more than EUR300 million in 2014.?
Taiwanese operators have signed up a total of 300,000 4G users since launch
Some 300,000 subscribers in Taiwan have signed up for a 4G tariff since such services were first introduced in late-May 2014, the China Post reports. With Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), Far EasTone (FET) and Taiwan Mobile now having all inaugurated LTE networks, it is understood that each operator has pulled in around 100,000 4G customers apiece. For its part, the wireless sector?s leading cellco by total subscribers, CHT, was said to have confirmed last week that its 4G customer base had surpassed 100,000. Looking ahead the operator is aiming to have increased that figure to 600,000 by the end of this year, and is aiming for a 40% market share. FET meanwhile has also seen its LTE subscriber base surpass 100,000, with uptake said to have picked up this month as its network footprint became more widely available; the cellco aims to have upped its customer numbers to 500,000 by end-2014. Rounding out those operators to have launched thus far, Taiwan Mobile, which also aims to amass around half a million 4G subscribers by the end of the year, has attracted around 100,000 to its LTE-based offerings since launching in early-June 2014.
Com Hem considering a bid for Get?
Sweden?s Com Hem is said to be mulling an offer for Norwegian cableco Get, according to Reuters, which cites Swedish business daily Dagens Industri. As previously reported by CommsUpdate, following on from reports in early February 2014 that the broadband provider was set to be sold, in April 2014 it was claimed that a rumoured sale of Get by its private equity owners could generate as much as NOK7.7 billion (USD1.3 billion). Subsequently, in May 2014 the group of investment companies that own the Norwegian cableco were said to have hired banks to advise on plans to list shares in the cableco on the stock market. With it suggested that the offering could actually value Get at around NOK15 billion, including debt, it was claimed that Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank would be global coordinators in the initial public offering (IPO), while UBS and Barclays were said to be involved as bookrunners. In terms of timing for the listing, it was suggested it would take place after the European summer, with one unnamed source cited as saying it will take place in September. On the back of the rumours that Com Hem is interested in acquiring Get, Dagens Industri cited one source as saying that it is now more likely that the latter will be floated rather than sold outside the stock market, saying: ?The stock market is currently paying well for this kind of companies.?
Cukurova could recover Turkcell stake by 31 July
Turkey's Cukurova Holding is finally poised to recover its controlling stake in Turkcell, Reuters reports, with the long-awaited USD1.56 billion payment to Russia?s Altimo now expected to take place on 31 July. Although the identity of the lender has not officially been confirmed, state-owned Ziraat Bank has been named as the most likely candidate. *According to TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database, Russia?s Altimo, the telecoms investment arm of oligarch Mikhail Fridman?s Alfa Group, appropriated the stake when Cukurova defaulted on a USD1.35 billion loan. In July 2013 the Privy Council decided that Cukurova must pay USD1.56 billion to recover the stake. The Privy Council heard the case because Cukurova is registered in the British Virgin Islands (BVI). *The Privy Council was formerly a supreme court of appeal for the entire British Empire (other than for the United Kingdom itself), and continues to hear appeals from the Crown Dependencies, the British Overseas Territories, and a number of Commonwealth member countries.
Kyrgyzstan takes control of remaining Megacom shares
The government of Kyrgyzstan has increased its shareholding in Alfa Telecom (Megacom) ? the country?s largest mobile operator by subscribers ? from 49% to 100%. In May 2010 a 49% stake in the company was transferred to the government, after it was claimed that the cellco was owned by Maxim Bakiyev, the son of ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev. The remaining 51% stake remained under investigation, with a Bishkek court subsequently ruling that the shares also be handed to the state. Megacom?s wireless network has coverage of 96% of the population and currently serves around 2.8 million customers.
Jazztel revenues rise in 2Q14 as mobile subscriber surpass 1.5m
Alternative Spanish telecoms provider Jazz Telecom (Jazztel) has revealed that it now has more mobile voice subscribers than broadband accesses, having recorded a 93% year-on-year growth in the former in the year to end-June 2014. In publishing its financial results for the quarter ended 30 June 2014 Jazztel confirmed that its mobile subscriber base stood at 1.543 million at that date, up from 797,889 a year earlier, a figure which the operator said significantly exceeded the year-end target set as part of its 2013-2017 business plan. It said the continued growth in mobile subscribers was ?due to the continued effort to migrate customers to convergent services, which increases customer loyalty and reduces the churn rate of the customer base?. Meanwhile, in regard to its fixed line operations, at end-June 2014 Jazztel had a total of 1.483 million broadband subscribers, representing a 7% year-on-year increase, while of that total it noted that 60,697 were signed up to a fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) service, up by 35,561 in the quarter. The acceleration in FTTH service growth was, the telco said, in line with the increased network coverage and it expects to see a continued increase in uptake as the network deployment expands. According to Jazztel, the number of deployed FTTH homes (horizontal and vertical deployment completed) was 2.207 million homes at the end of the reporting period, in line with its FTTH deployment projections in its business plan. In financial terms, in the second quarter of 2014 Jazztel generated a total turnover of EUR295.0 million (USD405 million), up from EUR256.7 million, driven by the retail division, which grew by 21% to EUR253.2 million. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBTIDA) stood at EUR53.8 million in the quarter, representing a 20% year-on-year increase, while net profit totalled EUR25.0 million, up from EUR19.9 million. Capital expenditures in the period under review were EUR87.5 million, 15% more than in 2Q13, as a result of ?the continuous acceleration of investments in the deployment of the FTTH network?; Jazztel did note, however, that investments continued to be below its projections, with cost savings meaning the actual cost per home passed is approximately 20% below the budgeted cost in its business plan.
KeyTech to acquire Botcat Holdings
Bermuda-based KeyTech Holding Limited, which owns Cayman Islands-based broadband operator Logic Cayman (WestTel), has announced that it has entered talks to acquire Botcat Holdings, the parent company of domestic telecoms operator WestStar. A press statement read: ?Botcat owns WestStar TV Limited in Cayman and a significant interest in CableVision Holding Limited in Bermuda. Following completion of the acquisition, KeyTech will have a controlling interest in Bermuda CableVision Limited?. The transactions will be subject to a number of conditions, including regulatory approvals from the relevant authorities in both Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. *KeyTech CEO Lloyd Fray said: ?We are excited about these transactions as they are the right strategic fit for the long-term growth of the company. It allows our group to expand and focus its investments, [and is] in the best interest of all stakeholders, in both Bermuda and Cayman.? *Further, local news source Cayman 27 reports that KeyTech intends to enter into a simultaneous agreement to sell 100% of its interest in Bermuda Telephone Company Limited (BTC) to Barrie OpCo Limited, an investment group with extensive experience in the telecoms sector.
US round-up: T-Mobile starts MetroPCS network switchover; Bluegrass Cellular ...
*T-Mobile US* has confirmed that 92% of former *MetroPCS* customers in Hartford (Connecticut) and Las Vegas (Nevada) have been migrated from the latter?s legacy CDMA network onto T-Mobile?s GSM/HSPA+/Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks, after T-Mobile shut off the CDMA service in those markets. According to Fierce Wireless, the former MetroPCS CDMA network in Philadelphia is next in line for shutdown.*Regional wireless provider *Bluegrass Cellular* has announced that its LTE network covered 80.7% of its core network in central Kentucky as of 30 June 2014, giving it a catchment area of 620,000 potential customers. The carrier plans to complete the build out by late-2015, which will involve adding LTE capabilities to 75 sites and extending coverage to a total of 730,000 people. According to TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database, Bluegrass Cellular launched its LTE network back in November 2012 as part of Verizon?s wide-reaching ?LTE in Rural America? programme; under the terms of the agreement Verizon has leased Bluegrass a portion of its upper C block 700MHz spectrum in areas where it has not constructed a 4G network itself.
Arcep settles two disputes
French telecoms watchdog, the Autorite de Regulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes (Arcep), has announced that it has settled an ongoing dispute between leading telco Orange France and the Pays de Bitche Region Association of Municipalities, with regards to the terms and conditions under which the association must provide third-party operators with access to the fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) public initiative network (PIN) infrastucture in the Moselle department. *The regulator has confirmed that the solution requested by Orange France, which involves the installation of 'concentration points' in existing passive cabinets, in order to allow the carrier to access the Pays de Bitche Region Association of Municipalities? network, should now be implemented. Arcep has also granted the majority of Orange France's requests for changes to the technical and pricing terms and conditions of the Pays de Bitche Region Association of Municipalities? passive access product. Further, the association has seven months to produce a roadmap for adapting its network and creating a new access product that complies with the FTTH regulatory framework.*Meanwhile, the watchdog has also settled a dispute between rivals Orange and Free Mobile, which relates to Free Mobile billing its rival for ?call origination? service ? value added service (VAS) call origination ? since entering the market in 2012. Arcep ruled that Free Mobile?s billing for VAS call origination was unacceptable, particularly given the impact that this practice would have on the VAS value chain. Arcep has pointed out that the VAS retail market is currently under review, and that a series of reforms will be introduced in October 2015. The impact that these reforms will have on the wholesale market was analysed in a recommendation on the wholesale VAS interconnection market, as published on 20 March 2014 ? the purpose being to enable all stakeholders along the value chain to prepare for the implementation of reforms in the retail market. Arcep has invited all operators to consult the recommendation.
Hutch withdraws Austrian auction appeal
Hutchison Whampoa's Austrian unit, Hutchison Drei Austria (formerly H3G), has confirmed that it has decided not to appeal against the results of last year's multi-band spectrum auction, even though it maintains that the auction was ?illegal in form and content?. In an emailed statement, the cellco?s CEO Jan Trionow noted that the decision to withdraw the appeal was based on the fact that ?circumstances have changed in the meantime?. *According to TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database, in September/October 2013 Hutchison paid EUR330 million (USD443.3 million) for 25MHz of 900MHz spectrum and 220MHz of 1800MHz frequencies in the government?s controversial ?combinatory clock? auction. As the dust settled, Trionow described the auction as a ?disaster for the industry? because the high pricing is likely to see rural rollouts abandoned, but noted: ?Compared to competitors, we managed to minimise the financial damage to the company?.
North Kansas City mulls fibre options; Google Fiber in the frame for takeover
North Kansas City officials are considering the future of the city-owned liNKCity fibre-optic network, and a 5 August vote could pave the way for the possible sale of the infrastructure. Mike Smith, assistant city administrator, told the Kansas City Star: ?We?re not saying if we would or wouldn?t sell it or lease it. The ballot language is very purposefully structured to say if there is a yes vote, it doesn?t mandate that we have to sell?.*liNKCity was deployed in 2006 and started signing up customers in 2007, but currently has just 900 users on its books. The utility is believed to rely heavily on government subsidies, but received a welcome windfall in 2013 when it agreed to lease a portion of dark fibre to Google Fiber. Google Fiber, which is in the process of rolling out 1Gbps networks in selected cities, is not active in North Kansas City, but paid USD3.2 million to lease liNKCity?s fibre for a 20-year period. The dark fibre allows Google to traverse the Missouri River and provide services to other cities within its catchment area north of the river.*According to TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database, Google Fiber is currently commercially available in Kansas City and Provo, Utah. A third city, Austin, Texas, was confirmed as a Google Fiber market in April 2013, but the launch is still pending, with the deployment only getting underway earlier this month.
TSTT close to finalising TTD1.5bn loan
Government-backed incumbent operator Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) is close to finalising a TTD1.5 billion (USD232 million) loan to facilitate the company?s organisational transformation and develop its mobile and internet services. Trinidad Express quotes TSTT?s acting chief executive George Hill as saying that the company launched a competitive tender for the underwriting services of a bond. ?We are borrowing TTD1.5 billion ... for this bond through ANSA Finance and we are in the final stages of closing this. We expect by August to complete it,? he said, adding that TSTT is investing in its infrastructure to develop its wireless telephony, mobile broadband and fixed internet services, to help it to better compete with mobile market leader Digicel. Meanwhile, the Guardian cites Hill as saying that TSTT expects to make a profit in its financial year ended 31 March 2015, compared to a net loss of TTD506 million for the twelve months to end-March 2014.
DirecTV wades into 4G fray
Pay-TV provider DirecTV has launched its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) service, branding the new offering DirecTV Net, local news portal Communidad Ola writes. Service is currently limited to Chia, Palmira, Barrancabermeja and Monteria, and the operator plans to expand its offerings to smaller cities at first, before launching in the likes of Bogota, Cali and Barranquilla. DirecTV aims to cover 57 municipalities in the next five years. The provider?s plans offer unlimited downloads at speeds of 2Mbps, 4Mbps or 6Mbps. *According to TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database, DirecTV will compete with the nation?s trio of incumbent cellcos ? Tigo Colombia, Claro Colombia and Movistar Colombia ? as well as Une-EPM, whilst a sixth operator, Avantel, is expected to launch later this year after encountering difficulties signing national roaming agreements with the incumbents. Colombia was home to 167,018 4G users at the end of 2013.
Incumbents to pressure DoT to auction extra 1800MHz spectrum
India?s cellcos are pushing for the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to make more 1800MHz spectrum available at the next auction, the Economic Times writes. Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea Cellular and Reliance Communications (RCOM) are pressuring the regulator to ensure that there are sufficient 1800MHz spectrum resources for operators that fail to win back their 900MHz licences as they expire over the next two to three years. The cellcos expect the DoT to strip unused spectrum from a number of government agencies to make up the shortfall. 26MHz of 1800MHz will be up for renewal, whilst a further 78MHz left unsold from the previous tender will also be up for grabs. However, 184MHz of 900MHz spectrum will expire in 2015-2016, with Airtel needing to repurchase 13 concessions in non-metro circles, Vodafone and Idea nine apiece and RCOM seven. *The paper quotes an unnamed official from one of the companies as saying: ?There?s clearly insufficient spectrum for operators whose licences are due for extension to continue their current level of service, which is why we will urge the DoT to auction the bulk of the 1800MHz spectrum inventory with multiple government agencies, including the armed forces.? The same official noted that the 1800MHz band cannot sustain mobile broadband services in many areas ? including Delhi, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Punjab ? as the spectrum is non-contiguous. With the exception of Kolkata, Orissa, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu, the 1800MHz is ?fragments and can at best be used for 2G services.?*The cellcos? worries are not unfounded, TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database notes that the incumbents faced additional pressure in the most recent auction from deep-pocketed newcomer Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd (RJIL) ? owned by petrochemical giant Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) ? which bid aggressively for 900MHz frequencies, although it failed to snatch up any of the licences. For its part, RCOM, facing the lowest bill for licence renewals, has said that it will cut prices in the busiest circles to steal market share from its larger rivals, looking to lure away lucrative subscribers that those players can ill-afford to lose.
Subtel to lower roaming rates with Argentina, Peru
Chilean telecoms watchdog Subtel is planning to begin negotiations with its counterpart in Peru to reduce roaming charges once it has finalised a similar deal with the Argentinian authorities, TeleSemana writes citing La Tercera. Subtel is confident that it will be able to sign-off on an agreement with Argentina before October 2015. The plans are part of a strategy put forward by the Organisation of American States (OAS), under which member governments agreed to take measures to implement policies to improve voice, data and SMS roaming services, particularly in border areas.

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