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African Wireless is dominated by GSM. Corruption appears to be the most newsworthy foreign investment happening and it appears to be frigid to the world of CDMA.

Will Africa change and lead the Euros to CDMA?

Which countries are the safest for foreign investment?

Which corporations are leading their telecom charge?

How are they linked into the global telecom picture?

What pockets of prosperity offer the best potential to initiate progress in wireless telecom?

How are they different from China and India?
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170Angola oil concessions  [graphic] elmatador-03/15/2012 01:24 AM
169MTN has no operations in Angola. UNITEL and MOVICEL, both local enterprises, divelmatador-03/14/2012 04:51 PM
168I'll have to check out MTN and UNITEL. I once own an oil driller (Ranger Oilwaitwatchwander-03/14/2012 02:56 PM
167No. Have been with Angolan operator UNITEL for the past 2 and half years. elmatador-03/14/2012 02:18 PM
166Yes I remember that deal. After which they moved into Nigeria which generated sowaitwatchwander-03/14/2012 01:58 PM
165How Africa mobile will be unwound? Big local boy buy? and Big local boy become elmatador-03/14/2012 01:35 PM
164 Has MNT done well with their expansion out of South Africa? They had. Mistake elmatador-03/14/2012 01:29 PM
163Interesting article. Thanx for posting. It contains many good points. It seemswaitwatchwander-03/14/2012 12:52 PM
162Africa offers promise and peril to telcos BARCELONA, March 2 (Reuters) - Poor elmatador-03/14/2012 11:42 AM
161Qualcomm, Ericsson, seek to influence Africa spectrum policy By Rebecca Wanjiku waitwatchwander-12/21/2011 04:31 AM
160Android Smartphones in Kenya Link: SI Message 27574467 This is what it was abouwaitwatchwander-08/19/2011 07:27 AM
159Bharti Airtel moots $1bn towers IPO By Mary Watkins in Mumbai Bharti Airtel, Inelmatador107/12/2011 05:43 PM
158Study shows GSM services have stagnated  It is a conclusion many Nwaitwatchwander-06/04/2011 07:16 PM
157Internet on your TV in South Africa Affordable Internet access devices, which waitwatchwander-02/12/2011 12:41 AM
156MTN are rumoured to be one of the bidders for a stake in Zain Saudi, which the Kelmatador-12/03/2010 11:20 AM
155Russians go after Orascom: Altimo Hunts for Minority Stakes In Asian, African Moelmatador-10/14/2010 06:01 AM
154 What Do The Next 18 Months Hold For African Telecoms? May 2010 | Industry News elmatador-08/30/2010 11:24 AM
153Bharti allows $2.5bn for Africa expansion And the operators gorging in profits elmatador-08/30/2010 06:04 AM
152MTN, Bharti expansion to spawn African telecom deals 29 Apr 2010, 1802 hrs IST,Relmatador-04/30/2010 04:27 PM
151MTN in Takeover Talks With Orascom Telecom’s Owners (Update4) Share Business Exelmatador-04/29/2010 06:41 AM
150Two large investors in the mobile phone industry in the former Soviet Union and elmatador-04/22/2010 04:10 PM
149Two large investors in the mobile phone industry in the former Soviet Union and elmatador-04/22/2010 04:07 PM
148Orascom funded these folks to the tune of $508M, all debt along with a chunk of waitwatchwander-04/22/2010 03:17 PM
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