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Ericsson report forecasts majority of Middle East/Africa mobile subscriptions won’t be 3G or LTE until 2018
November 23, 2012 ♦ 2 Comments
Ericsson report forecasts majority of Middle East/Africa mobile subscriptions won’t be 3G or LTE until 2018

A report from Ericsson finds the overall picture for global mobile broadband growth to be rosy, but what does it mean for Africa?

Sub-Saharan African mobile Internet growth to accelerate in 2013-2014
November 19, 2012 ♦ One Comment
Sub-Saharan African mobile Internet growth to accelerate in 2013-2014

Recently, Deloitte (consultancy) and GSMA (association of worldwide mobile operators) produced a report on the state of mobile in Sub-Saharan Africa.

All About African 4G LTE
September 12, 2012 ♦ 3 Comments
All About African 4G LTE

As of April 2013, mobile operators in Namibia, Angola, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, and Mauritius all offer 4G LTE service.

The mobile Super-User
June 17, 2011 ♦ One Comment
The mobile Super-User

Without assistance, it can be difficult to configure handsets for the mobile Internet. Would-be mobile Internet users often need help to get online. Navigating a phone requires a calibrated series of button pushes – a daunting task for those only starting out with electronic devices. Sure, a user manual could …