Africa's mobile & telecommunications sector at a crossroad

From Wed Nov 21 2012, 08:56:37

Findings of a research report, drafted by global management consultancy firm A.T. Kearney, indicate that Africa's telecommunications sector has reached a crossroad. Although the sector has experienced several years of growth, the rate of new subscriber acquisition has fallen and intense competition is driving a free-fall in prices, placing pressure on margins. Presenting the report to [...]

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