Zambia to end blocking of 4th mobile license

From IT News Africa news alert Wed Nov 14 2012, 03:41:33

Zambia's telecom sector received a massive boost on Tuesday after the government reportedly is moving towards repealing the Statutory Instrument 2010 that had barred a new fourth mobile network...

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