Telkom Kenya reintroduces Holla tariff to target the youth

In 2012, Telkom Kenya introducded Holla,a youth-friendly which was later transformed into a permanent tariff in late 2012. Today, the firm said it has  dropped its off-net call rates for their bundled offerings of... Read more »

Millicom’s Tigo Ghana to merge with Airtel Ghana

Millicom and Airtel have entered into an agreement for Tigo Ghana Limited and Airtel Ghana Limited to combine their operations in Ghana in a move that will see them have equal ownership... Read more »

Ericsson & Tigo partner to connect rural Tanzania

  Ericsson and Tanzanian mobile network operator Tigo have partnered to launch the first of a series of rural pilot tower sites to provide mobile broadband coverage in Chiwale and Mingumbi in... Read more »

Communications Authority of Kenya Says Not Planning to Spy On Mobile Phone Users

The Communications Authority of Kenya denies plans to use the yet to be installed Device Management System to spy on its users after various media platforms reported so. The CA denies that... Read more »

Why Equitel Poses As A Game Changer In Mobile Money Transactions.

It is the minute that the banking industry in Kenya is facing a lot of challenges specifically on governance issues, leading to a decline on public confidence after few banks were put... Read more »

Sprint acquires 33 percent of Jay Z’s music streaming service TIDAL for a reported $200m

Music streaming service TIDAL has soled a 33 percent stake to Sprint giving Sprint’s 45 million retail customers unlimited access to exclusive artist content not available anywhere else. TIDAL and its artists... Read more »

Why Lipa na MPesa should review its payments process or be kicked out by MVisa.

The popular Lipa Na MPesa was added to Safaricom Mpesa menu back in mid-2013. It gives MPesa subscribers the option of paying for goods and services using cash stored on their MPesa accounts. For... Read more »