Bringing Wi-Fi to Africa

like LTE-U. However, if you take an in-depth look at these new developments, you will understand why Wi-Fi is actually experiencing an upsurge. Why Africa should widely adopt Wi-Fi Let’s take a look at why Africa should widely adopt Wi-Fi. Unlimited ... ( read original story ...)

4G subscriptions continue to grow in Africa

According to Dataxis, in 2016, most 4G subscribers came from a few leading countries in northern and southern Africa. Significant disparities in 4G development and adoption still exist depending on the country, for instance, Morocco, with its 3.4 million ... ( read original story ...)

Spike in Africa’s 4G subscriptions

However, Sa Eva Nébié, research analyst at Dataxis, says Africa still trails other continents in regards to 4G deployments. Nonetheless, she points out the number of 3G-enabled SIMs will continue to rise simultaneously, particularly in countries with low ... ( read original story ...)

Newly launched LTE network provider appoints COO

South Africa’s newly launched LTE-Advanced network, Rain, has appointed Gareth Tindall as Chief Operating Officer. Announced in September 2016, the Rain LTE-A network of currently 750 active base stations, and increasing daily, already extends across ... ( read original story ...)

Dataxis says 4G customers in Africa to reach 296 mln by 2022

Dataxis foresees a steady rise in mobile internet connectivity in Africa, with 4G mobile subscribers expected to reach 296 million by 2022 compared to 24 million in 2016. Dataxis forecasts that LTE will be accessible in all 54 countries. The number of 3G ... ( read original story ...)