Powertel unbundled from Zesa, merges with Africom & Zarnet

Powertel has with immediate effect been unbundled from the Zesa holdings company, which also effectively has been collapsed into one company, as the g

Potraz launches 20th shared base station

Potraz today launched the nation's 20th Shared base station and the 5th Multi Operator Radio Access Network (Moran) in Kariba Nyaminyami for Gatshegat

Zimbabwe faces total internet blackout

State owned converged telecommunication operator TelOne, is now under duress as it owes 22 companies from Africa, Asia and Europe a combined $22 milli

MNOs restore full Internet services

THE High Court in Harare yesterday ruled that National Security Minister Owen Ncube had no authority to order a shutdown of Internet services.

Econet sued over Internet shutdown in Zimbabwe

Lawyers and a media-advocacy group in Zimbabwe asked the High Court to declare the shutdown of the internet illegal after the government blocked acces

Helios Towers enters South African market with Vulatel partnership

Helios Towers Plc entered the South African market by forming a partnership with Vulatel Pty Ltd. to build out wireless and fixed-line infrastructure

$76m govt debt cripples TelOne

Operations at fixed telecommunications company, TelOne, are being hampered by government's failure to pay the parastatal a $76 million debt.In

Privatising TelOne, NetOne, Zarnet and Telecel will bring opportunities

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Information Communication Technology says government's plan to privatise parastatals such as TelOne, NetOne,

GSM, CDMA, HSPA and LTE: Understanding mobile network technologies

Virtually all smartphones possess either GSM, CDMA, HSPA or LTE standards. Most smartphones even combine about three or all of these mobile stand

Don't let China dominate 5G - US general

China's desire to dominate new wireless technology poses a global threat that should be thwarted by a new, secure network, according to a former Trump

TelOne anticipates $128m revenue

TELONE is forecasting an 8 percent jump in revenue to $128 million this year, driven by broadband and data revenue, which have been performing relativ

Vandalism costs TelOne

DIVERSIFIED telecommunications firm, TelOne, has lost over US$3 million in the 10 months to October this year due to vandalism of network infrastructu

Growing telecoms sector costs squeezing margins

The growth in operating costs of the telecommunications industry outpaced growth in revenues during the third quarter of 2018, a Postal and Telecommun

Zmbabwe telecoms sector posts 9,2% profit

Zimbabwe's postal and telecommunications sector registered a 9,2 percent revenue growth in the third quarter to September, 2018 on the back on increas

Zimbabwe staring prospect of an internet blackout

Zimbabwe is staring at the prospect of an internet blackout in the near future as foreign service providers are increasingly getting disillusioned by

Mobile telecoms revenue up

Zimbabwe's mobile telecommunications sector boosted profitability in the nine months to September this year after posting aggregate revenues of US$331

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