The Huawei ban could hamper European phone companies with $62 billion in additional costs.
Governments and regulators have a key role to play in the realisation of 5G connectivity which is why GSMA has some advice for those players.
Turns out power efficiency and weight of equipment is key to getting another billion online.
557 million Africans are connected to cellphone services.
Over 5.6 billion people around the world will have a mobile phone subscription in the next five years.
The most important thing about TVWS is that it brings competition to net access, says DSA’s H Nwana.
2G and 3G are set to continue to dominate over 90% of the African mobile industry.
Tanzania has the most registered mobile money accounts in Africa.
Alliance of operators and manufacturers publishes white paper, outlining five year plan for 5G.
The mobile gender gap is gradually closing, but many women the world over are still not connected.
Lead developer explains how Smart Health Pro is working with health professionals to improve access to critical information and diagnostic tools for ebola, HIV and more.
Mozilla and the GSMA want to help push internet usage around the world.
LTE is great, but sub-3G subs will continue to grow until the end of 2016 says GSMA.
And continental data traffic will increase 20 fold as a result.
The GSMA is celebrating 20 years of the Global Mobile Awards.
Women still losing out when it comes to access to mobile technology.
An initiative by the GSMA and a number of partners will make health care more accessible to Sub-Saharan African women and children.
Expect some sort of announcements within 12-18 months