Luanda - The South Atlantic Submarine Cable System (SACS) of the Angolan telecommunications multinational company, Angola Cables, is the highlight of the biggest African telecommunications event, Africacom 2018, taking place in Cape Town, South Africa, until the 15th of October.More about this news
Luanda - Postal Services can contribute to medium- and long-term revenue collection through job creation.
Luanda - The services of WACS (West Africa Cable System), a fiber optic submarine cable system installed along the west coast of Africa linking 11 African and three European countries, will be partially paralyzed today for maintenance work.
Luanda - The Angolan Institute of Communications (INACOM) Thursday announced that the procedures and specifications for the international public tender on the concession of the new telephone operator are available.
Luanda - Angolans from various social backgrounds believe that the entry into orbit of the country's first satellite (Angosat1) will boost the country's telecommunications sector and add benefit citizens' economic, social and cultural life.
Luanda - National Police warned Monday mobile phone companies that keep operating outdated telephone numbers will be criminally responsible.
Luanda - The director for institutional relations of the mobile phone company Unitel, Humberto Mbote, has expressed his optimism about the benefits of the country's first satellite, dubbed Angosat-1, but stressed that for communication costs to reduce there has to be full electrification of the country and security measures.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said last Monday in Luanda that the launching into orbit of the first Angolan Satellite (Angosat-1) is now at the stage of its integration into the launching mechanism.
Luanda - The launch of the first Angolan satellite "Angosat 1" will offer many benefits, both economically and job creation.