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Tag: Infrastructure Sharing
Econet remains mum on Infrastructure Sharing, but here’s what it could be planning
Supa Mandiwanzira clarifies infrastructure sharing issue & impact on private companies
POTRAZ adopts Infrastructure Sharing Draft Policy and Regulations
Econet, Liquid Telecom pull out of Infrastructure Sharing debate
Liquid Telecom & Hai, POTRAZ on infrastructure(again), cheap phones from Steward bank: Podcast
POTRAZ finalises Infrastructure Sharing regulations ahead of 90 Ultimatum
POTRAZ prepares to deploy quality of service system
Broadband Forum, Telecel, TelOne the MNO & startup competitions: Podcast
Government reaches understanding with telecoms operators, suggests solutions for challenges in sector
Ministry of ICT enters into closed-door talks with telecoms operators
TelOne to become Zimbabwe’s 4th mobile operator
Infrastructure Sharing: About threats, distrust and the opportunity to be grateful
TelOne & POTRAZ to host infrastructure sharing debate
State should lead on infrastructure, dangerous for private players to own it: Min. of ICT
Why Econet is going to call the government’s bluff
Infrastructure Sharing debate: What should we take from the State vs Econet standoff?
Here is why Econet “doesn’t want to share”
Minister of ICT accuses Econet of extortion, gives MNO an ultimatum
Latest from Digital Future: What challenges are being faced in Zim digital media?
Where are we now with LTE in Zimbabwe?
Here’s why POTRAZ is appealing to Government for new licensing in telecoms
Podcast: TelOne ADSL cards, Telecel number matching & the $20 WhatsApp Phone
Government moves to lower money transfer charges and broadband prices
Event blog: Telecoms infrastructure sharing submissions to POTRAZ
Comment: Are POTRAZ’s infrastructure sharing regulations fair on Econet?
POTRAZ to introduce compulsory infrastructure sharing in new regulations
Rwanda makes it mandatory for internet providers to share bandwidth
Telecel accuses NetOne of refusing to share passive infrastructure