Mobile Africa is Africa’s premier and most extensive resource of information about mobile communications technology, which is dedicated exclusively to Africa. It is the portal about mobile / cellular and wireless technology in Africa.
mobileafrica.net is a fast growing web portal and is getting increasingly popular amongst the mobile users in Africa, and has an increment of about 25% in the number of unique visitors, every month.
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We aim to provide the best possible coverage of Africa. This means we welcome any information or material potentially relevant to mobile telecommunications companies and manufacturers operating in Africa.
If you know something new or have something interesting to say about mobile communications in Africa, we would very much like to hear about it. Credit will be given where requested and anonymity respected if so desired (though anonymity can weaken credibility).
We welcome unsolicited contributions for which credit will be given. However, there is no guarantee of publication and material may be subject to severe editing. We do not carry blatant plugs or advertorials.
We are always looking for new and interesting material so welcome ideas, proposals and potential copy. Bear in mind that Mobile Africa is a niche publication.
Please feel free to send us any press releases, marketing material, samples etc. that have relevance to mobile communications in Africa. Please do not blitz us with unrelated material and if a link is somewhat vague, please make it clear (e.g. a sub-contractor’s relationship with a telco, supplier or the elements of a conference agenda relating).
Countries monitored: All African countries
Written for: Cellular and Fixed network operators; Equipment manufacturers; Service providers; Regulators, governments and international agencies; Consultants; Analysts; Financial Institutions, and end-users/consumers.
Markets covered: Fixed and mobile networks; Mergers and acquisitions; Licensing; Alliances, joint-ventures and acquisitions; Rural telephony; Contracts and equipment supply; Liberalisation moves, regulatory changes; Technology; Market sizes and shares; Tariffs and interconnection issues; ITU and World Bank initiatives.
We need contributions in form of self-written articles for publication on this website. Articles that are approved would be published on the articles section of this website. Send your articles to us and include your Full Name, Full Contact information and a passport size photograph. Also, include any photographs you might want to include in each article for purposes of illustration.
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