Cable theft affects 912 Telecom customers

At least 912 Telecom Namibia customers were left without telecommunication services this week, following another cable theft in the John Pandeni (Soweto) and Katutura East constituencies.

Telecom achieves first profit in four years

Telecom Namibia has posted a positive bottom line for the first time in four years, the company’s Annual Report for the year ended 30 September 2017 show.

Telecom copper losses mount

Telecom Namibia says it can’t do away with copper cables on its network despite increased disruptions and major economic losses caused by theft.

Telecom defends broadband pricing

In response to a recent report published by Cable.co.uk, which shows that Namibia has one of the most expensive broadband prices in the world,

Telecom Namibia will next month host the 30th edition of the Southern Africa inter-telecom games, the company announced this week. Teams from leading telecommunications companies in Southern Africa will come face-to-face in what is known as the BOLESWANASA Games.

Telecom Namibia has paid a N$100,000 fine to the Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) for operating illegally in that country.

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