23 November 2020
Cash Crusaders and KaiOS Technologies today launched the DIXON XK1, 'the first open market KaiOS device in South Africa'.
Priced at R450, the DIXON XK1 comes with a dual SIM slot. Users can enjoy the flexibility to use separate SIM cards bought from any mobile network operators across the country. The dual SIM capability enables users to both maximize coverage and choose the pre- and post-paid plans that best fit their budget and needs.
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18 November 2020
Roke Telkom, a Ugandan public service provider for voice and data communications services, has partnered with global social networking firm Facebook to launch a new internet service programme.
The new Roke Express Wi-Fi service aims to take high-speed internet connections to millions of Ugandans at a lower cost. Roke said that, according to a Uganda Communications Commission 2019 report, only 23% of a population of more than 44 million Ugandans were internet users.Find out more
18 November 2020
Telecom Egypt (TE) and Ericsson signed a cooperation agreement that will see the former’s international portal modernised using the latest technologies.
The upgrade will contribute to improving the quality of TE’s services, and achieve its aspirations towards developing the basic network, in addition to meeting customers’ future requirements.Find out more
17 November 2020
The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) has launched a SIM card registration exercise to be completed by February 2021, it announced.
Officials have described the exercise as the beginning of a difficult process towards regulation, but a milestone for the country.Find out more