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African Mobile News: September 3-17, 2011

September 17, 2011  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. Airtel gets 2G, 3G licences in Rwanda, announces $100m investment for expansion {Ghana Business News}
  2. Kenyan president orders unregistered mobiles blocked {Reuters}
  3. Govt Seeks Lower Telecoms Costs With New Partnership {Daily Nation via allAfrica}
  4. ‘Cost of mobile phone Internet is too high’ {Next}
  5. LTE/pre-4G spectrum licensing plans from ICASA {MyBroadband}
  6. Drop in Voice Revenue in Telecoms Is Temporary {This Day via}
  7. LTE in Africa {VC4Africa}
  8. Algeria invites bids for first 3G phone licence {Reuters Africa}
  9. Huge differences in broadband speed and quality between countries {Turk Internet}
  10. Vodafone unveils the best smartphone so far in Ghana {Ghana News Agency}
  11. Kenya extends 4G mobile spectrum bid deadline {IT News Africa}
  12. Disruption predicted for mobile networks in Africa {TechEye}
  13. Kenyan cellcos give LTE consortium the cold shoulder {TeleGeography}
  14. Gamtel Working Towards 3G Expansion {The Daily Observer via}
  15. Mobile Phone Access Varies Widely in Sub-Saharan Africa {Gallup}
  16. Card operated from mobile wallet a Kenyan world first {African Business Review}
  17. Mobile technology entrepreneurs find new home {TechSmart}
  18. STC launches 1st LTE 4G network in the Middle East and North Africa {albawaba}
  19. Cheap smartphones a tipping point for Africa 3G {Business Live}
  20. Vodacom to Throttle 3G Speeds for Heavy BlackBerry Users {Cellular-News}

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