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Mobile phone companies in South Sudan increase rates
Last week, South Sudan's central bank and ministry of finance allowed free floating of the local currency against the United States dollars, a move to reduce government deficit and reduce the gap between the official exchange rate and black market ...
Sat, 26 Dec 2015 23:50:58 GMT
S. Sudanese urge communications networks to reduce tariffs charges - Sudan Tribune
S. Sudanese urge communications networks to reduce tariffs charges
Last week, all operative networks such as Vivacell, the largest phone network in the country, followed by Zain and MTN, announced charge increase by seven times per a call per minute from 47 piasters to more than 3 South Sudanese pounds (SSP) per ...
Mon, 24 Oct 2016 05:20:24 GMT
South Sudan: MTN Becomes the Number One Player in Africa's Newest Country Market - AllAfrica.com
South Sudan: MTN Becomes the Number One Player in Africa's Newest Country Market
Last year MTN took over from Vivacell as the market leader. There are 3 million SIM cards but about half of those are people who have more than one SIM. The market for wholesale bandwidth is largely satellite but MTN has fibre to the South Sudan border ...
Sun, 14 Feb 2016 22:18:45 GMT
MTN may quit South Sudan because people there are buying bread instead of mobile phones - Quartz
MTN may quit South Sudan because people there are buying bread instead of mobile phones
MTN, the troubled South African telecoms group, is paring back its operations in South Sudan, blaming currency volatility and economic turmoil. After investing over $170 million over the past two years, Africa's biggest mobile phone firm has failed to ...
Wed, 30 Mar 2016 15:37:52 GMT
Mobile phone network launched in south Sudan - Reuters
Mobile phone network launched in south Sudan
Vivacell is the second active network operating solely in south Sudan, where it will also compete with three nationwide mobile operators. Lebanon's Fattouch Investment Group launched the operation after buying NOW (Network of the World) in 2007 ...
Mon, 23 Feb 2009 19:09:32 GMT
South Sudan joins East Africa's one network phone system - Sudan Tribune
South Sudan joins East Africa's one network phone system
According to the minister, those using their South Sudanese numbers in these countriez would not incurr costs as rates would not change for Viva Cell, Gemtel, Zain and MTN. The minister had just returned from the Rwandan capital, Kigali, after ...
Wed, 11 Nov 2015 04:45:10 GMT
South Sudanese Journalists Face Increasing Threats as Political Violence Peaks - Advox (press release) (blog)
Advox (press release) (blog)
South Sudanese Journalists Face Increasing Threats as Political Violence Peaks
Advox (press release) (blog)
Amid the sudden return of violent internal conflict in South Sudan, media veteran and former BBC correspondent Alfred Taban was arrested on July 16 by agents from South Sudan's National Security Service (NSS). Shortly before his arrest, Taban called ...
Mon, 01 Aug 2016 17:56:26 GMT
The Wild West in South Sudan - Boston Globe
The Wild West in South Sudan
Among the largest employers is a South African brewery that bottles “Nile Special” lager. The biggest cellphone company is Vivacell, owned by a Lebanese. Even “the Rhythm of South Sudan,” a popular radio station, is owned by a Kenyan. From the poorest ...
Sun, 09 Jun 2013 04:17:53 GMT
South Sudan losing “billions” in tax exemptions - Sudan Tribune
South Sudan losing “billions” in tax exemptions
August 5, 2014 (JUBA) – South Sudan lost billions as a result of tax exemptions on imported goods and telecommunication operators last year, the parliamentary committee on economy and finance told the country's lawmakers Tuesday. A heated debated ...
Wed, 06 Aug 2014 05:52:52 GMT
ISP services expand in South Sudan despite cost, lack of infrastructure - PC Advisor
ISP services expand in South Sudan despite cost, lack of infrastructure
ISPs are trying to expand in South Sudan, where communications costs have been extremely expensive due to a lack of infrastructure, according to industry insiders. The country is the world's newest nation, having become an independent state two years ...
Tue, 16 Jul 2013 05:34:14 GMT
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