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Ericsson
#361 Posted : Saturday, June 27, 2020 12:08:31 PM
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Ethiopia receives 12 bids for two telco licences -regulator

Ethiopia’s communications regulator said on Friday it received twelve bids for the two telecom licences it plans to award to multinational mobile companies, breaking the state monopoly.

Nine bidders are telecom operators and two non-telecom operators, and one submission was incomplete, the regulator said.

Bidders include Etisalat, Axian, MTN, Orange, Saudi Telecom Company, Telkom SA, Liquid Telecom, Snail Mobile and Global Partnership for Ethiopia, a consortium of telecom operators made of Vodafone, Vodacom, and Safaricom. The two non-telecom operators are Kandu Global Telecommunications and Electromecha International Projects.

The issuing of licences will open up one of the world’s last major closed telecoms markets in the country of around 110 million.

The Ethiopian Communications Authority said the licenses will be awarded through a “competitive bidding process,” but did not clarify a deadline for it.

“This is the initial stage. We will soon have...the second stage,” said Balch Reba, director-general of the Ethiopian Communication Authority.

https://www.reuters.com/...-regulator-idUSL8N2E332X
Ericsson
#362 Posted : Saturday, June 27, 2020 12:13:24 PM
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Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone form partnership to bid for service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia

Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone have formed Global Partnership for Ethiopia to bid to two of the new full-service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia.

Global Partnership for Ethiopia will be looking to expand its global footprint with an appetite for the over 100 million Ethiopians even as the government liberalizes the economy.

The International Finance Corporation is acting as adviser.

https://www.dhahabu.co.k...on-licenses-in-ethiopia/
tinker
#363 Posted : Saturday, June 27, 2020 4:58:19 PM
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[quote=Ericsson]Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone form partnership to bid for service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia

Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone have formed Global Partnership for Ethiopia to bid to two of the new full-service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia.

Global Partnership for Ethiopia will be looking to expand its global footprint with an appetite for the over 100 million Ethiopians even as the government liberalizes the economy.

The International Finance Corporation is acting as adviser.

https://www.dhahabu.co.k...n-licenses-in-ethiopia/[/quote]

Habesh abhors being called or related to Africans.
Their heart and loyalty belongs elsewhere.
Besides, there is that unspoken 'sibling rivalry' with Kenya and anything Kenyan. Let's wait and see.

....He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion..
Ericsson
#364 Posted : Sunday, June 28, 2020 6:12:02 AM
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tinker wrote:
[quote=Ericsson]Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone form partnership to bid for service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia

Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone have formed Global Partnership for Ethiopia to bid to two of the new full-service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia.

Global Partnership for Ethiopia will be looking to expand its global footprint with an appetite for the over 100 million Ethiopians even as the government liberalizes the economy.

The International Finance Corporation is acting as adviser.

https://www.dhahabu.co.k...n-licenses-in-ethiopia/[/quote]

Habesh abhors being called or related to Africans.
Their heart and loyalty belongs elsewhere.
Besides, there is that unspoken 'sibling rivalry' with Kenya and anything Kenyan. Let's wait and see.



KENGEN has been welcomed with open hands
babashuge
#365 Posted : Sunday, June 28, 2020 7:26:44 AM
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tinker wrote:
[quote=Ericsson]Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone form partnership to bid for service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia

Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone have formed Global Partnership for Ethiopia to bid to two of the new full-service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia.

Global Partnership for Ethiopia will be looking to expand its global footprint with an appetite for the over 100 million Ethiopians even as the government liberalizes the economy.

The International Finance Corporation is acting as adviser.

https://www.dhahabu.co.k...n-licenses-in-ethiopia/[/quote]

Habesh abhors being called or related to Africans.
Their heart and loyalty belongs elsewhere.
Besides, there is that unspoken 'sibling rivalry' with Kenya and anything Kenyan. Let's wait and see.



Millenials and gen Z are taking over now, wifi and insta likes are more important than traditional loyalties
VituVingiSana
#366 Posted : Sunday, June 28, 2020 7:30:15 AM
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Posts: 17,071
Location: Nairobi
Ericsson wrote:
tinker wrote:
[quote=Ericsson]Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone form partnership to bid for service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia

Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone have formed Global Partnership for Ethiopia to bid to two of the new full-service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia.

Global Partnership for Ethiopia will be looking to expand its global footprint with an appetite for the over 100 million Ethiopians even as the government liberalizes the economy.

The International Finance Corporation is acting as adviser.

https://www.dhahabu.co.k...n-licenses-in-ethiopia/[/quote]

Habesh abhors being called or related to Africans.
Their heart and loyalty belongs elsewhere.
Besides, there is that unspoken 'sibling rivalry' with Kenya and anything Kenyan. Let's wait and see.



KENGEN has been welcomed with open hands
To drill wells, not own anything.
Greedy when others are fearful. Very fearful when others are greedy - to paraphrase Warren Buffett
Ericsson
#367 Posted : Sunday, June 28, 2020 7:32:27 AM
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Joined: 12/4/2009
Posts: 8,531
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babashuge wrote:
tinker wrote:
[quote=Ericsson]Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone form partnership to bid for service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia

Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone have formed Global Partnership for Ethiopia to bid to two of the new full-service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia.

Global Partnership for Ethiopia will be looking to expand its global footprint with an appetite for the over 100 million Ethiopians even as the government liberalizes the economy.

The International Finance Corporation is acting as adviser.

https://www.dhahabu.co.k...n-licenses-in-ethiopia/[/quote]

Habesh abhors being called or related to Africans.
Their heart and loyalty belongs elsewhere.
Besides, there is that unspoken 'sibling rivalry' with Kenya and anything Kenyan. Let's wait and see.



Millenials and gen Z are taking over now, wifi and insta likes are more important than traditional loyalties


Correct,Abiy Ahmed is changing Ethiopia
Ericsson
#368 Posted : Sunday, June 28, 2020 7:34:07 AM
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VituVingiSana wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
tinker wrote:
[quote=Ericsson]Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone form partnership to bid for service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia

Safaricom, Vodacom and Vodafone have formed Global Partnership for Ethiopia to bid to two of the new full-service telecommunication licenses in Ethiopia.

Global Partnership for Ethiopia will be looking to expand its global footprint with an appetite for the over 100 million Ethiopians even as the government liberalizes the economy.

The International Finance Corporation is acting as adviser.

https://www.dhahabu.co.k...n-licenses-in-ethiopia/[/quote]

Habesh abhors being called or related to Africans.
Their heart and loyalty belongs elsewhere.
Besides, there is that unspoken 'sibling rivalry' with Kenya and anything Kenyan. Let's wait and see.



KENGEN has been welcomed with open hands
To drill wells, not own anything.

Ethiopia is changing and opening up.
Ericsson
#369 Posted : Thursday, July 02, 2020 9:15:46 AM
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Safaricom to absorb Vodacom business kenya
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