Sunday, 24 June 2018

CAK set to approve yuMobile sale

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 31 March 14

But Kenyan regulator to slap licence fees, roaming conditions on Airtel, Safaricom.

A quick sale of Kenyan mobile operator yuMobile could be back on the cards after the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) announced its intention to approve the division of its assets between local rivals Safaricom and Airtel. Essar-owned yu at the beginning of March revealed plans to wind up its operation and sell its network infrastructure to Safaricom and its subscribers to Airtel…

A quick sale of Kenyan mobile operator yuMobile could be back on the cards after the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) announced its intention to approve the division of its assets between local rivals Safaricom and Airtel. Essar-owned yu at the beginning of March revealed plans to wind up its operation and sell its network infrastructure to Safaricom and its subscribers to Airtel…

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