Apathy killing off interest in govt datacentres

Mistrust, lack
of resources 

Apathy hovers over
govt datacentres.

ITWeb Africa

Thursday, Feb 27th


Kenyan high court overturns the reappointment of CCK head

The telecoms regulator would have to restart the hiring process for a new director general. 


Vandals wreak havoc on Kenya's networks

Cable vandalism costs Telkom Kenya $23 million annually, according to the company.


Kenya's mobile rates slashed

Prices for calls between networks are to be decreased in July.

M-Pesa is a top earner for Safaricom

Mobile money contributed to 29% of revenues.


Three Kenyan telcos accused of price fixing

Allegations of illegal behaviour have been levelled agains the operators.


Safaricom Kenya readies for 'data tsunami'

Market leader plans fibre-optic cable network.

Airtel Kenya unveils 3G service

The service brings increased Internet speeds, allowing for video-conferencing.


Airtel Kenya not cutting rates

The company says is not reducing its mobile termination rates.

Kenya`s Safaricom readies apps store

The East African country`s biggest mobile operator plans to sell mobile applications for Android handsets by mid-year.


Telecel Zim builds wider network

Mobile operator eyes 85% coverage of Zimbabwe.

Kenyan mobile loan service takes off

Over 100 companies in the East African country sign up for a service that allows employees to access emergency credit via cellphone.