What a week its been in Kenya’s mobile networks sector! So much has happened in such a short space of time. It all started on Monday this week when the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) announced a 50% price reduction on mobile network interconnection rates from Kes. 4.42 to Kes.
This is probably the biggest news in Kenya’s telecoms sector after Safaricom’s stunning financial results from last week. According to various online news sources, Zain Kenya is on track to secure a license for 3G services by July 2010. This comes on the back of an announcement from Zain Kenya’s
This is an article on regulation within Kenya’s telecommunications sector that was published last week in the Business Daily where I was quoted. The article refers to a blog post I wrote last month on the Safaricom and Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) standoff regarding controversial fair competition and equality