Tigo Rwanda to offer 4G roaming to tourists

Tigo Rwanda has announced the launch of their 4G roaming service, which will allow visitors to Rwanda to stay connected via 4G LTE while roaming on the network. The new service, the first of its kind in Rwanda, will provide visitors from abroad with a ... ( read original story ...)

Tigo pioneers 4G roaming in Rwanda

Tigo Rwanda provides 4G LTE on mobile for both prepaid and post-paid customers. Tigo Rwanda was awarded as the ‘Most Innovative Service’ at Africa Com 2014, for international mobile money transfers with integrated currency conversion between Tigo ... ( read original story ...)

5G: The disruptive technology in the Networked Society

The question is, how will this technology be rolled out in the Middle East, how it will be used by the various industries and what business reasons are driving the 5G roll out and adoption? Rafiah Ibrahim, president of Ericsson Middle East and Africa ... ( read original story ...)

Is Africa's $30 smartphone a game changer?

"Besides the fact that we're very proud that it's manufactured in South Africa, it has a knock on effect wherever it's going out and being supported," he says. The affordability of 3G Perhaps the phone's most attractive feature will be its affordability ... ( read original story ...)

Wireless communication to drive economic growth in Africa

WiFi also provides a means of bringing broadband connection into rural areas at a lower cost than for 3G. “Fibre will provide another necessary means to connect Africa to the world and – just like the current undersea cables – will add additional ... ( read original story ...)

Namibia: Telecom Namibia Expands Broadband Reach

At the same time, he said Telecom had set up 3G mobile base stations at Groot Aub, Dordabis, Witvlei, Karasburg and Nkurenkuru for voice and data services. In addition, the village of Onkani in the Otamanzi Constituency of the Omusati region now has a 2G ... ( read original story ...)