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Telekom Austria, Telekom Slovenije in Macedonia mobile merger
Proposed tie-up will create country's largest mobile operator with a market share of 51.7%.
Asia outranks Europe in Ovum broadband index
Norway is Europe's sole representative in top 10 global markets ranked by take-up of fixed, mobile Internet services.
America Movil yet to submit asset sale plan to regulator
Mexico's Ifetel also notes that any potential buyer must demonstrate that it has no ties with the telco.
Deezer adds African operator partner
Millicom's Tigo to launch music service in five African markets in coming months; Deezer also extends its presence in Brazil.
EE's 4G customer base hits 5.6m
U.K. telco adds 1.4 million 4G customers in Q3 but turnover, mobile service revenue continue to slide.
Colombia gets ball rolling on new spectrum sale
State to auction 25 MHz of spectrum in the 900 MHz and 1900 MHz bands next year.
Global 100 2014: In the red zone
America's big two now lead the telecoms world, but major markets like Brazil will also have a big impact on telcos' fortunes.
Global 100 2014: In the red zone
America's big two now lead the telecoms world, but major markets like Brazil will also have a big impact on telcos' fortunes.
Global 100 2014: In the red zone
America's big two now lead the telecoms world, but major markets like Brazil will also have a big impact on telcos' fortunes.

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Kenya: Map Confusion Compounds Location of Konza ICT City
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Controversy over the location of Konza Techno City rages as some government agencies contradicted each other when they appeared before a Senate committee.
Kenya: Pay Your Taxes Through Airtel Money
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Airtel has partnered with the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) to offer Kenyan citizens an opportunity to pay their taxes through Airtel Money.
Kenya: Kenyans Can Now Pay Taxes Via Airtel Money
[CIO]Airtel Kenya has partnered with the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) to offer Kenyan citizens an opportunity to pay their taxes through Airtel Money.
Uganda: After Uganda, Access.Mobile Now Seeks More Africa-Based Partners to A...
[CIO]A Uganda-based IT start-up Access.Mobile which created a web-based app which allows health facilities to automate communication with their patients via both SMS and email is seeking partners from beyond its base to help it extend its services to more people.
South Africa: ABSA Extends Wi-Fi Service to Soweto
[CAJ News]Johannesburg -ABSA, the local bank, has extended its free Wi-Fi service to its Maponya Mall branch in Soweto.
Gambia: Two-Week Training for Technicians On Solar PV System Design Under Way
[The Point]A two-week training session for technicians on Solar PV System design, installation and maintenance organised by the Ministry of Energy in collaboration with NATCOM (UNESCO) commenced yesterday at the Regional Education Office in Kanifing.
Algeria: ITU Meeting - Algeria's Strategy in ITC Highlighted in South Korea
[Algerie Presse Service]Busan -The strategy set up by Algeria to participate in the execution of the initiative "Connect 2020" of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), was highlighted as part of the 2014 Plenipotentiary Conference of this international organization.
Nigeria: Iran Offers Nuclear Technology to Nigeria
[Premium Times]Iranian firms specialising in nuclear technology are prepared to offer Nigeria their expertise to help boost electricity supply in the country, the Iranian ambassador to Nigeria, Saeed Koozechi, said Wednesday.
Nigeria: Firm, Foundation Support Teachers With Computer Education, Laptops
[Daily Independent]Lagos -A non-government organization, LUCINMA Women Development Centre, Akoka, Lagos in collaboration with Zenith Bank Plc, over the weekend, presented laptop computers to graduates of the centre at the end of a 16 weeks free training programme.
Nigeria: Nigeria Solicits Germany's Support for AfDB, ITU Positions
[Daily Independent]Minister of Foreign Affairs Aminu Wali has solicited Germany's support for Nigeria's candidacy for President of African Development Bank (AfDB) and Deputy Secretary-General of International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Kenya: Orange Programme Rewards Corporate Clients
[CAJ News]Nairobi -ORANGE, the integrated telecommunications solutions provider, has introduced a loyalty programme for its corporate clients.
Nigeria: Bayelsa Warns of Dubious Online Account for Governor Dickson
[CAJ News]Abuja -THE Bayelsa State has alerted the general public on the existence of a fake social media account purported to belong to the Governor, Seriake Dickson.
South Africa: RAD Confirms Exhibition At Africacom
[CAJ News]Johannesburg -RAD, the global Telecom Access solutions and products vendor, announced it will be exhibiting the industry's first dedicated customer-edge Distributed Network Functions Virtualization (D-NFV) solution at next month's AfricaCom 2014.
Nigeria: Bosch, NAC Partners on Replacement Parts
[Vanguard]BOSCH, a leading global supplier of technology and services, and the Nigerian government organization National Automotive Council (NAC) have agreed to set up an alliance in the automotive aftermarket sector to pave the way for the development of technical automotive skills and the establishment of anetwork of automotive workshops in Nigeria.
Kenya: Truecaller Launches Live Caller ID for Windows Phone
[Capital FM]Truecaller, an app that helps users identify callers has announced its collaboration with Microsoft to exclusively offer Live Caller ID Lookup feature on Lumia devices. With Live Caller ID feature, users can now identify unknown numbers during incoming calls, even if the user has not stored that phone number in their phonebook.

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Daily news on every market in the global telecommunications industry.

EE reports 5.6 million 4G subscribers as it publishes third quarter results
In publishing its financial results for the three months ended 30 September 2014, EE has revealed that its 4G customer base stood at 5.6 million at the end of the third quarter, up by 1.4 million quarter-on-quarter, an increase which it claims means it now has the ?biggest 4G base of any operator in Europe?. Also highlighted was the fact that 6,203 corporate accounts are now using LTE-based services, including MasterCard, Reading Council and Scotia Gas, while more than 82% of new post-paid customers signing up in the quarter selected a 4G plan. On the back of such growth, EE has said it is now on track to ?significantly exceed? its original target of six million 4G customers by the end of 2014. EE did, however, record a drop in total mobile connections (excluding machine-to-machine [M2M] and those signed up to mobile virtual network operators [MVNOs]), with a 4.2% annual increase in contract customers to 14.757 million failing to offset an 11.3% drop in pre-paid subscribers, to 9.732 million. M2M accesses, by contrast, surged by 19.3% to 1.869 million, while the number of customers using the EE network via a virtual partner rose to 3.806 million at end-June 2014 (EE reports the latter figure a quarter in arrears). Network coverage, meanwhile, has been improved, with EE noting that its LTE network is now available to more than 75% of the UK population ? over 48 million people ? in 281 major towns and cities, and over 2,500 villages and small towns. Looking ahead, the operator has said it expects its ?double speed? 4G to be available in 40 cities by end-2014.*In financial terms, in the third quarter of 2014 EE recorded at total turnover of GBP1.59 billion (USD2.66 billion), representing a year-on-year decline of 2.5%, with operating revenue falling by 1.2% against 3Q13 to GBP1.523 million; excluding the impact of regulatory cuts EE noted that operating revenue was actually flat y-o-y, however. Commenting on the quarterly performance, Neal Milsom, EE?s chief financial officer, was cited as saying: ?We are delivering consistent underlying performance in a highly competitive environment while continuing to face significant regulatory pressure on our revenues. We are investing to further innovate on behalf of our customers by delivering not just the best network but also improvements in customer service, a range of attractive EE branded devices, Shared Plans, and soon EE TV.?
MTS denies Ukraine sale rumours
According to the director of public relations at Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), Elena Kochanowski, the Russian mobile market leader has no plans to sell a stake in its Ukrainian subsidiary, refuting press reports this week which quoted sources ?close to shareholders? as saying that it was exploring options with banks and potential international investors. As cited by Interfax Ukraine, the MTS spokesperson noted that although performance in the third quarter had deteriorated due to the economic situation in Ukraine, the Russian group confirmed its intention to continue to invest in MTS Ukraine, including 3G network development. Commentators warn though that there is the potential for this situation to change if the Ukrainian government restricts access to 3G licences in the upcoming 2100MHz auction. As reported by CommsUpdate, Ukraine has recently clarified that ?grounds for refusal? for companies applying to participate in the auction will be based on Ukraine?s ?Law on Sanctions? (passed in August), which enables the government to impose sanctions on any companies or individuals (potentially including companies by association with shareholders) which it deems to be supporting Russian separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine.
Verizon Q3 revenues increase 4.3% y-o-y to USD31.6bn; net income plummets 32.0%
US telecoms giant Verizon Communications has reported revenues of USD31.586 billion for the three months ended 30 September 2014, an increase of 4.3% year-on-year. Operating income dropped 3.3% to USD6.890 billion, while EBITDA for the period under review dropped slightly, from USD11.3 billion to USD11.1 billion. Meanwhile net income for the July-September period totalled USD3.794 billion, down 32.0% compared to USD5.578 billion one year earlier; no reason was provided for the slump.*In operational terms, mobile unit Verizon Wireless saw its retail subscriber base grow 4.9% to 106.2 million on an annualised basis. The cellular unit added 1.525 million retail customers on a net basis in the third quarter, including 1.516 million net post-paid additions; as at 30 September smartphones constituted 77% of Verizon Wireless? post-paid user base, up from 67% a year before. In addition, Verizon confirmed 10.2 million Long Term Evolution (LTE) device activations in the third quarter, while 79% of its total data traffic is now carried over its 4G network, compared to 64% one year earlier.
Potraz calls for lower mobile tariffs
The Postal and Telecommunications Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has ordered the country?s mobile operators to slash tariffs by more than 30% from December this year. Call rates must be reduced from a maximum USD0.23 per minute to USD0.15 under a new long run incremental cost (LRIC) pricing model implemented by the regulator. Further, the watchdog says tariffs must drop to USD0.12 per minute in 2015 and USD0.09/minute the year after. Meanwhile, the interconnection rate charged for inter-network calls will drop from USD0.07 currently, to USD0.05 in December, USD0.04 in 2015 and USD0.03 in 2016. Zimbabwe?s three cellular network operators ? Econet Wireless, Telecel and NetOne ? shared almost 15 million subscribers at the end of June 2014, according to TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database, with Econet claiming 59% of all users.
MinTIC publishes draft resolution regarding 900MHz, 1900MHz spectrum tender
Colombia?s Ministry of Information Technology and Communication (MinTIC) has teamed up with the National Spectrum Agency (ANE) to prepare a draft resolution regarding the proposed distribution of spectrum in the 900MHz and 1900MHz bands. The planned tender will comprise 22MHz of spectrum in the 900MHz band (894MHz-905MHz paired with 939MHz-950MHz) and a 5MHz block in the 1900MHz (1850MHz-1990MHz) band.*Mobile operators which manage to secure spectrum in the tender will be obliged to offer preferred national roaming rates and share infrastructure, among other conditions. In addition, as part of the licence conditions, 1900MHz spectrum winners must extend services to 40 inaccessible locations, while 900MHz licensees must offer connectivity in 50 unserved areas.*MinTIC invites interested parties to submit their comments on the resolution by 31 October.
Magyar Telekom reports 73% LTE coverage, targets 93% by end-2015
After winning spectrum in the 800MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz and 2600MHz bands at the end of September 2014, Deutsche Telekom?s Hungarian unit, Magyar Telekom, has been swift to improve its T-Mobile-branded mobile network. According to a press release, on 17 October the operator received the licences to use its new frequencies and immediately began connection of 450 additional 4G base stations, taking its Long Term Evolution (LTE) coverage from just over 53% up to 73% of the population, as well as increasing maximum mobile internet download speeds to a theoretical 150Mbps. Magyar Telekom?s CEO, Christopher Mattheisen, claimed ?the success of the frequency tender is a decisive milestone in the implementation of digital Hungary? and that the carrier expect to have a 4G LTE network covering 93% of the population by the end of 2015 which will ?become available also to those who live in?small rural localities, thus reducing the digital divide.? Magyar Telekom also announced that it has over 250,000 customers using its 4G network.
Djibouti Data Center looking to bolster broadband speeds in east Africa
Djiboutian internet start-up Djibouti Data Center (DDC), which was established by a group of local and international investors 18 months ago, has set out ambitious plans to improve internet speeds and drive down costs in the east Africa region, Reuters reports. DDC is the first data centre firm and IXP operator in the region to successfully connect to no fewer than eight fibre-optic cables that help form the primary internet route from Europe to Asia. The cables are part of a corridor of internet connectivity, crossing the Mediterranean and the Red Sea before moving into the Indian Ocean. However, to date African internet users have been denied the benefits of the high bandwidth capacity on its coast because connectivity to them has been severely limited. DDC now wants to change this by using Djibouti?s status as a ?unique gateway hub to the many millions of customers in neighbouring east Africa countries,? said its CEO Anthony Voscarides. Going forward, DDC plans to expand from its home base into Kenya, Ethiopia, South Sudan, and Somalia, which are all at varying stages of internet development, it said. The start-up launched services in March 2013 in partnership with national PTO Djibouti Telecom and will connect to at least three more cables on the Europe/Asia route in 2015. It also intends to deploy small regional data centres in these countries to allow telcos, cable companies and others to access the submarine cables lying off the Djibouti coast via its main data centre. However, Voscarides stopped short of providing estimates of how much connectivity could be improved or cost reduced by the plan.
UCOM to launch Yerevan LTE pilot in 2015
Armenian alternative fixed telephony and broadband services provider UCOM plans to launch a pilot 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in the capital Yerevan next year, its CEO Hayk Yesayan said yesterday. In November 2013 Armenia?s Public Services Regulatory Commission (PSRC) awarded UCOM a licence (valid until August 2018) to provide mobile services in the country, stipulating that the commercial launch should take place on or before January 2015. The company paid AMD6.3 billion (USD15.2 million) for the licence. Following the award, in May this year UCOM said it was preparing to begin the network build-out, with Yesayan noting that tenders for the construction of the network had been issued and a supplier would be selected ?soon?. The CEO has now updated the market on progress, noting: ?The pilot LTE network project will be started in 2015. Now we are installing base stations in the capital, where 60% of the work is already completed?. After Yerevan, the LTE network will be extended to other areas of the country and to cover the whole of Armenia by the end of 2015.*Under the terms of its concession, UCOM is allowed to provide broadband wireless internet in the capital Yerevan and surrounding areas, while within two years, it must have constructed a similar network covering 80% of districts, major highways (including Sevan, Tsakhkadzor, Jermuk and Dilijan), and 95% coverage on road links connecting Yerevan to these towns.
Unified licence still pending as some issues still to be resolved
Egypt?s recently approved unified licensing regime has yet to come into full effect, Reuters reports, citing communications minister Atef Helmy. It is understood that continued delays have come about in light of the fact that some issues remain unresolved with regards to the regulatory plans. According to Mr Helmy, the local telecoms regulator is still finalising certain details related to the licensing scheme, though the unified concession itself ? which will allow fixed line incumbent Telecom Egypt (TE) to enter the mobile sector under its owns steam ? is expected to be activated within weeks. ?The work is going on and we are expecting within the coming few weeks to be able to finalise everything and announce it,? the minister was cited as saying. With the unified licence law having stipulated the creation of a new company dedicated to developing Egypt's telecom infrastructure ? a role so far carried out by TE ? Helmy noted that military-controlled companies would play an important part in this new entity, though denied that the army would have a controlling stake; with existing telcos and other firms also involved in the venture, precise roles are still to be determined. Meanwhile, Egypt is said to be seeking investment of up to USD9 billion with a view to upgrading the country?s telecommunications infrastructure as part of efforts to attract multinational businesses and restore growth. According to Helmy, between USD5 billion and USD6 billion is required for the rollout of broadband services across Egypt, while a further USD3 billion will be used for the construction of seven technology parks which could lure multinational companies to invest in Egypt and create local job opportunities. With a number of these investment opportunities expected to be presented at an economic summit due to be held in Sharm-al-Sheikh in February 2015, the minister was cited as saying: ?There is no doubt that the telecoms and technology sector is one of the most competitive sectors when it comes to investment and as part of building our new Egypt...(it) is a cornerstone.?
Bermudan telcos make progress on reconnecting users post-Hurricane Gonzalo
Bermuda Telephone Company (BTC) and Digicel Bermuda say they are making good progress to reconnect customers currently without services following Hurricane Gonzalo last week. The Royal Gazette reports BTC as saying the many of the 15,000 customers affected have now been restored, although it warns that it will be ?some time? before all lines are restored. BTC chief executive officer Eric Dobson said: ?Restoration of the island?s communications facilities are of paramount importance, and we are making every effort to get these services restored as quickly as possible. Over the past week we have seen more than 150 main cables impacted and extensive damage to infrastructure throughout the island. These figures do not speak to individual line damage and we believe as of Saturday morning, some 15,000 customers were without service. Many of those customers are now back in service, but it will be some time before all lines are restored.?*Meanwhile, wireless operator Digicel has confirmed that 90% of its network capacity has been restored after its staff yesterday reconnected several areas hit by the storm. At close of business yesterday, the company saw several sites back online in parishes including Hamilton, Southampton, Somerset, Paget and St George?s. Digicel Bermuda CEO Alistair Beak said: ?After focusing on the eastern end of Bermuda yesterday our attention shifted to the west today where customers should have noticed a big difference in the areas mentioned ? At this rate, we expect to return to 100% by the end of week as planned.?
SAT Telecom relaunches as Digicel Play
Digicel Play, a new service provider borne out of the merger of Digicel Dominica and SAT Telecom has officially relaunched services in the country, promising customers affordable superfast broadband connections and cable TV access across the country. To entice new customers to sign up, Digicel Play is offering free installation, a free wireless modem and a free set-top box, along with a discounted promotional offer for early adopters. In a press release, the company said that end users will be able to choose from an entry-level 8Mbps service, rising to a premier 50Mbps package. *TeleGeography?s GlobalComms Database notes that in February this year, pan-Caribbean wireless provider Digicel Group expanded its operations on Dominica through the acquisition of cable TV and internet provider SAT Telecom from previous owner Marlon Alexander. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. SAT Telecom was issued with a cable TV and broadcasting operating licence in December 1999, and in 2003 received concessions allowing it to provide fixed public telecommunications networks, value added services (VAS), plus fixed and wireless internet access. Since then it has gone on to construct the largest fibre network in Dominica and provides a range of TV, telephony and broadband internet services to residential and business customers. For its part, Digicel Group is looking to diversify its business beyond its core mobile operations and has already moved into the fixed and internet sectors in certain markets, including Bermuda where it acquired internet service provider (ISP) Transact in November 2011.
Ofcom closes TalkTalk?s complaint related to BT?s superfast broadband pricing
UK telecoms regulator Ofcom has confirmed that it has closed a complaint filed by alternative provider TalkTalk related to the pricing of fixed line incumbent BT?s superfast broadband service. Back in May 2013 Ofcom received a complaint from TalkTalk in which the latter alleged that BT had abused its dominant position with regards to the supply of superfast broadband, with it specifically claiming that the incumbent had ?failed to maintain a sufficient margin between its upstream costs and downstream prices, thereby operating an abusive margin squeeze?. Having investigated the matter, Ofcom in June 2014 revealed that it had provisionally declared there were no grounds for action, and now it has reached a final decision, closing the case.
Russia round-up: AKADO receives national telecoms licence; state launches Exp...
Moscow-based *AKADO Telecom* has reportedly received a licence to provide telecoms services throughout Russia, ComNews reports. Until now, the operator has only held appropriate licences for Moscow and St Petersburg, as well as the regions of Moscow, Leningrad and Sverdlovsk. Going forward, the telco plans to boost its share of the corporate user segment in the country, it said. *Russia has successfully launched a new telecoms satellite, *Express-AM6*, which was carried on board the Proton-M rocket that took off from the Baikonur space centre in Kazakhstan yesterday. The new Express-series communications satellite has an active lifespan of 15 years and carries eleven antennas as well as 72 C-, Ku-, Ka- and L-band transponders. Express-AM6 will be operated by the *Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC)* to provide a range of communications and broadcasting services across the Russian territory.*National operator *Rostelecom* is looking to offer customers a ?Skype-like? voice-over-internet protocol (VoIP) service, and to that end has issued a tender for the supply of equipment and software to support the launch. It is understood that four firms ? Tekhnoserv, Tekigent, CTI and Inline Telecom Solutions ? have submitted bids for the contract, with the winner due to be announced on 6 November. With the VoIP service due to be launched in H1 2015, Rostelecom is reportedly ploughing RUB73 million (USD1.78 million) into the project in the launch phase. Earlier this week, Rostelecom launched a triple-play offer and set out its stall to offer quad-play packages over the network of its joint venture with *Tele2 Russia*, *T2 RTC Holding*, in which Rostelecom owns a 45% interest.*Mobile operator *MTS Russia* says it doubled its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) coverage in the Chelyabinsk region in 3Q14, providing mobile broadband internet services at speeds up to 75Mbps to residents of seven settlements of the region, including Chrysostom Kopeysk. In a press release, the carrier said that in the period under review it also deployed LTE to a number of new areas, including Petrovsky and Roshino, and to the territory of Agapovka Kremenkulskogo. Additionally, LTE network coverage was further expanded in Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk and Miasse. MTS Russia says that since launching its 4G network, the volume of data traffic in the region has more than doubled when compared with 2Q14.
ARTCI confirms Cafe Mobile licence revocation
The Ivorian telecoms watchdog L?Autorite de Regulation des Telecommunications/TIC de Cote d?Ivoire (ARTCI) has confirmed that it is set to revoke the mobile licence held by mobile market minnow Aircom (Cafe Mobile). Reuters quotes ARTCI director general Diemeleou Bile as saying: ?There are seven licences. We aim to cut the number of mobile operators and keep only those who are performing very well. Their case has been referred to the regulatory council for their licence to be rescinded.? Bile also noted that a number of licences are up for renewal in 2015, which could spell trouble for underperforming operators such as Comium and LAP Green-backed GreenN, both of which occupy a less than 10% share of the market.*As previously reported by TeleGeography?s CommsUpdate, in May this year communications minister Bruno Kone publicly urged Comium, GreenN and Cafe Mobile to merge their operations in an effort to stay competitive, and create a stronger fourth player capable of challenging Orange, MTN and Moov. Vietnam?s Viettel Group had previously been linked with a takeover for cash-strapped Comium, although no deal materialised, and the company turned its attention to other African markets.*TeleGeography notes that Cafe Mobile?s future looked bleak in August, when the ARTCI omitted the company from its most recent quarterly statistical overview, which covered the three month period ended 31 March 2014. The cellco, which launched in April 2012 ? almost twelve years after receiving its original operating concession ? had amassed just 17,865 subscribers by 31 December 2013, equivalent to a meagre 0.1% market share, and its lack of progress prompted widespread speculation over the viability of its ongoing operation.
SFR debuts LTE-A in Toulon; adds three new fibre markets
French telco SFR has launched Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A) 4G mobile technology in the city of Toulon. The new network uses 800MHz and 2600MHz spectrum to provide a maximum theoretical download rate of 187.5Mbps, SFR says, although real-world speeds will be somewhat lower. It plans to extend coverage to other major cities by the end of the year. Rival operators Bouygues Telecom and Orange switched on their own LTE-A services in June and July respectively. SFR now claims 75% population coverage for its combined 3.5G dual-carrier HSPA+ (DC-HSPA+) and 4G LTE networks. Separately, SFR says it has introduced its 1Gbps fibre-optic services to customers in the cities of Lens, Limoges and Massy, following on from its fibre launch in Saint-Quentin at the end of September. The operator?s fibre network is now deployed past 2.1 million households in 53 areas of very high population density, as well as 148 other areas, with the firm now claiming 220,000 fibre subscribers. SFR offers a bundle of 1Gbps broadband internet access, unlimited fixed voice calls within France and to 100 destinations worldwide, plus 170 TV channels for EUR32.99 (USD42.15) a month.

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