Liquid Telecom, the pan-African telecommunications operator, has reported solid full-year results, underpinned by good performances in South Africa and East Africa.
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Liquid Telecom South Africa chief operating officer Craig van Rooyen will serve as interim CEO of the company until a replacement for Reshaad Sha has been appointed, the company said on Friday.
Reshaad Sha is leaving Liquid Telecom Group, where he has served as CEO of the South African subsidiary since 2018, to start his own venture in the field of artificial intelligence.
Consumers with devices capable of accessing the network can now subscribe to 5G services in South Africa through Vodacom.
Vodacom has unveiled its first fixed-wireless broadband plans using its newly launched 5G network. One plan offers 800GB of data for R1 499.
Communications regulator Icasa has assigned emergency temporary spectrum to telecommunications operators to deal with network demand during the Covid-19 crisis.
Cell C is conspicuous by its absence from Icasa’s announcement on Friday of the companies that have been given access to temporary spectrum during the Covid-19 crisis. That is by design, it said.
Promoted | Liquid Telecom’s resilient network architecture safeguards business connectivity as some internet traffic is impacted.
Telecommunications operators and Internet service providers are working to find alternative routes after another break in the West African Cable System – the third this year – threatens to slow down Internet access in South Africa.
Vodacom has yet to launch its commercial 5G network – based on a recently signed national roaming agreement with Liquid Telecom – but TechCentral this week was able to put it through its paces.