ntel NOVA 4G/LTE phone berths in Abuja

ntel, Nigeria’s first 4G/LTE-Advanced network has taken the ntel NOVA gospel to Abuja, the federal capital territory. The company, which is presently prosecuting a road show across its areas of operation as part of plans to promote its bespoke 4G/LTE ... ( read original story ...)

High cost of 4G license in Ghana Stalling Investments

Given the high cost of acquiring a 4G license in Ghana, most telecommunication companies are hesitant to migrate into the spectrum, with the government insisting that the cost cannot be reduced. Out of the five telecommunication networks operating in Ghana ... ( read original story ...)

Big LTE-A South African price showdown

Fixed LTE-Advanced packages are an attractive option for many South African broadband users, due to a variety of reasons: LTE-A services are normally quick-and-easy to purchase and set-up at home. If you do not have access to fibre, LTE-A offers fast ... ( read original story ...)

5G service revenue to reach $269bn by 2025

CTO at ZTE South Africa. The company plans to have its 5G rollout complete in the country by 2020. Local player Cell C previously stated it plans to spend $600 million on 5G wireless research and development up to 2018, with a commercial launch expected ... ( read original story ...)

ntel launches NOVA 4G/LTE dual-SIM phone

ntel, Nigeria’s first 4G/LTE-Advanced network has launched a bespoke 4G/LTE device – ntel NOVA. The ntel NOVA phone is, according to a statement from the company, “an exciting ergonomically designed, low priced, dual-SIM device defined by ... ( read original story ...)