Latest Telecoms News about Liberia

Orange Boosts African Presence - Buys Cellcom Liberia

  Orange has announced it has entered into a firm agreement with Cellcom Telecommunications to acquire, through its subsidiary Orange Côte d'Ivoire, 100% of Cellcom's Liberia subsidiary....

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ITU launches \"Ebola-Info-Sharing\" mobile application

  The ITU has launched a free mobile Application to be used in the campaign against the Ebola disease outbreak....

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Ericsson to Support Ebola prevention efforts

  Ericsson and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) have announced a partnership aimed at connecting and providing support for those impacted by health, natural disaster and conflict-driven humanitarian crises....

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Liberian Regulator Seeks Equipment to Monitor Telecoms Networks

  Liberia's telecoms regulator, the LTA has confirmed that it does not own the equipment that it says is necessary for it to actively monitor the quality of the country's telecoms networks....

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Liberian Regulator Raids Mobile Network following SIM Box Fraud

  Liberia's telecoms regulator says that it seized SIM-Box equipment from a local mobile network operator, and has arrested an employee at the company....

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Court Orders Libercell to Pay Overdue Taxes

  The Liberian mobile network operator, Atlantic Wireless (Libercell) has been accused of not paying outstanding regulatory fees totalling US$1.1 million to the government....

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Liberian Regulator to Monitor International Call Traffic

  Liberia's telecoms regulator has set up a International Gateway Monitoring (IGM) project to ensure that the mobile networks comply with international call routing regulations....

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Libercell Ordered to Pay Outstanding Taxes

  Liberian mobile network, Libercell is to return to court in a dispute over allegations of tax arrears that go back three years....

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Liberian Network to Block Outbound Calls for Three Days

  Liberian mobile network, LoneStar has been ordered to block outgoing calls on its network for three days following a regulatory dispute that took place back in May....

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Liberian Regulator Investigating Cellcom's 4G Network Claims

  Liberia's Telecommunications Authority (LTA) says that it is investigating claims by the local mobile network, Cellcom that it is able to offer 4G based services....

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