Why the future of MVNOs in Africa unpredictable

Mobile Virtual Operator Network was not a common term before the birth of Equittel, infact a good number of people still can’t tell the difference between an MVNOs and telecoms….

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Uhuru backs Equity thin-SIM at the EA Business Summit

In the last couple of years, the telecommunications sector in the country could almost be termed as a monopoly market owing to the fact that subscribers only had four telcos…

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Mobile service rivalry awakened by new players MVNOs

Kenya’s telecom industry history seems to be repeating itself only that products change by the years. Three years ago, the sector was characterized by mobile tariff wars that immediately simmered…

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Mobile Money Big fish M-Pesa new target in the industry.

Leading mobile operator Safaricom gave Kenya an outfit to forever thank them for— M-Pesa. 2007 saw the birth of the now popular transaction platform. Since then, life has never been…

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Equity seeks to halve transaction costs with mobile license.

Equity Bank’s newly acquired Mobile Virtual Network may just have a cut in its transaction costs by at least a half, being Kenya’s second most profitable bank. The newly acquired…

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License issuance to MNVOs poses unfair competition to mobile’s main players.

Communications Commission of Kenya issued licenses to three Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) under the applications service network provider category adding on mobile service providers to six. The commission claims…

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