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Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)

Tain District Benefit From The Rural Telephony Project
Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)
Three communities in the Tain District of Brong Ahafo region namely Namasa, Nsuhunu and Donkorkrom have benefited from the Rural Telephony project under the Ministry of Communication which was recently inaugurated by the president, Nana Addo ...



Haaretz

Business in Brief: Bezeq Threatened With 11.3 Million Shekel Fine Over Landline Telephony Reform
Haaretz
Bezeq had refused to open up its landline telephony network to rivals as ordered by the ministry three years ago, saying its network wasn't technically capable of making the change. Under Shlomo Filber, the ministry director general who was forced to ...



The Hindu

BSNL to launch app-based Internet telephony service
The Hindu
The public sector Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is poised to launch a unique app-based Internet telephony service for the first time in India. Christened – BSNL Wings – the registration for this service has already started and the service is ...

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BW Businessworld

Cloud Telephony Empowering The Education Sector
BW Businessworld
What's notable here is that how with the advent of cloud technology, customer communication in education institutions too has upgraded. Institutions have become comparatively more accessible via calls. This, in fact, was the need of the hour as ...



Myjoyonline.com

Abenaso rural telephony project inaugurated
Myjoyonline.com
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has pledged to ensure that telecommunication and ICT facilities are spread to every part of the country. He described as unacceptable the situation where basic telephony infrastructure was largely concentrated in ...
More Communities To Benefit From Rural TelephonyModern Ghana (press release) (blog)
Akufo-Addo inaugurates telephony project at AbenasoBusinessGhana
One thousand communities to benefit from 200 telephony sites across the country - Akufo AddoGhanaWeb
Peace FM Online
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Brazil loses 96000 fixed telephony lines in June
Telecompaper
Brazil's National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) registered 40.22 million fixed lines in June, a reduction of 1.14 million (-2.76%) on the same month last year. Compared to May, the fixed telephony market fell by 96,203 (-0.24%) lines. Licensed ...



Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)

MTN, GIFEC Commissions Rural Telephony Project At Abenaso
Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)
MTN Ghana in partnership with Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) and Huawei has launched the Rural Telephony project in Abenaso in the Eastern Region to provide mobile telephony connectivity to underserved communities in ...



GhanaWeb

MTN partners GIFEC to re-launch nationwide Rural Telephony Project
GhanaWeb
Through MTN and GIFEC partnership, the first phase of the rural telephony project has so far witnessed the activation of 98 out of 100 sites across nine regions in Ghana. The second phase according to the MTN CEO involving 200 sites are currently at ...



The Indian Express

BSNL receives over 4000 bookings for 'Wings' internet telephony service
The Indian Express
Barely two weeks since launch, BSNL's internet telephony service 'Wings' has received over 4,000 bookings for the new offering that will allow users to dial any phone number in India through a mobile app, starting this week, its Chairman said today ...
BSNL launches internet telephony service 'WINGS'The Hindu
BSNL adds 'Wings' to its internet telephony serviceThe New Indian Express
BSNL soft launches 'Wings', its first internet telephony serviceMorung Express
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AllAfrica.com

Nigeria: 35% Drop in Investment Hobbles Rural Telephony
AllAfrica.com
Expansion of telecommunications services by network operators to rural areas has slowed down drastically. Investments have gone down by as much as 35 per cent and many operators are shutting down their sites due to the high cost of deploying services.

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