Latest Telecoms News about Central African Republic

Text Messaging Blocked in the Central African Republic

  Mobile networks in the Central African Republic have been ordered to suspend the use of text messages until further notice....

Related Tags: sms, text-message


Vimpelcom Looking to Sell Smaller Subsidiaries

  Russia based Vimpelcom is reported to be looking at selling off a number of its smaller subsidiaries in Asia and Africa as it refocuses its attention on its main markets....

Related Tags: vimpelcom


Airspan Networks Wins WiMAX Contract in Central African Republic

  Airspan Networks says that it has been chosen by Millenium Telecom Centrafrique for a WiMAX deployment in Central African Republic (CAR)....

Related Tags: airspan-networks, wimax


Telecoms Charity Sends Aid to Pakistani Earthquake Victims

  Reacting to the 6.5 earthquake in Pakistan Telecoms Sans Frontieres (TSF) deployed a team of emergency telecommunications specialist on Friday. ...

Related Tags: pccw, rsa, vodafone, earthquake, tsf, vodafone-group, emergency, connect


Intec Deploys OSS Platform Across Multiple Countries

  Intec has announced a contract extension with Africa based, Atlantique Telecom to supply its InterconnecT software to Atlantique mobile subsidiaries throughout French-speaking Africa, on a single centralised platform deployment....

Related Tags: billing, intec, moov


Orange Launches Network in Central African Republic

  On December 6, 2007, Orange officially launched its commercial activities in the Central African Republic. Clients are now able to enjoy Orange's services in Bangui, the first city to be covered by the Orange network, while Carnot and Bouar will be launched over the next few days....

Related Tags: wimax-license, school


CAR shifts to 8-digit phone numbers next 1 November

  Telephone numbers in the Central African Republic (CAR) shift from 6 to 8 digits come 1 November 2007 at 0600 (0500 GMT), authoritative source revealed....

Related Tags: