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Kenya’s internet user numbers fall, says CCK.

Kenya’s internet user numbers fall, says CCK

Falling mobile data use as well as a population statistic revision result in a decreased figure.

External consultants are set to assess mobile networks’ quality of service (QoS) in Kenya.

Consultants to assess Kenyan mobile network quality

The Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) says external experts are to be brought in.

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Kenyan govt threatens telecom CEOs with arrest

Government officials warn mobile operators over the sale of unregistered SIM cards.

Kenya’s largest mobile operator Safaricom has a second chance at quality of service (QoS) checks.

Second chance for Kenya’s Safaricom in network quality test

Country’s largest mobile operator dismally failed a previous quality of service assessment.

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Kenya's Safaricom warns against more tax rises

Further tax hikes on money transfers would be counterproductive, says the telco.

Safaricom, CCK in a license renewal stalemate.

Safaricom, CCK in a license renewal stalemate

Kenya’s biggest mobile network operator is unhappy over poor quality of standard allegations.

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Kenya’s mobile market ‘shrinks’ by 900,000 subscribers

Deactivation of unregistered SIM cards results in teledensity levels falling, says regulator.

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Kenya's Safaricom reports drop in carbon emissions

According to Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore the telco reduced carbon emission by 12.69%.

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Renewed operating licence for Safaricom to cost $27mn

Kenya’s communications watchdog also says operator has to focus more on quality of service.

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'Kenya telecom CEOs co-operating with police'

Operators accused of illegally selling and activating mobile phone lines without registering users.

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Safaricom extends Bob Collymore's contract

Chief executive of Kenya's biggest telco is to keep his post for another two years.