Telecom Mauritius

MTML Prévoit Une Baisse Des SMS De 3% À 4% En 2016

Les utilisateurs préfèrent de plus en plus les applications de messagerie instantanée que les SMS. MTML s’attend à une baisse de 3 % à 4 % en 2016.

01 Sep 2016, business.mega.mu

Télécommunications : Bharat Telecom Enregistre des Pertes de Rs 61,9 Millions

Le fournisseur d’accès à Internet Bharat Telecom est toujours en situation de déficit financier. Pour les neuf mois de son année fi­nancier 2015, se terminant au 31 dé­cem­bre 2014, il a enregistré des pertes de Rs 61,9 millions, contre Rs 57,5 millions à pareille époque l’année précédente.

02 Feb 2015, business.mega.mu

Panne de Téléphone et d’Internet

Les lignes téléphoniques ainsi que les connexions à internet d’environ 500 clients de Mauritius Telecom de la région de Pointe-aux-Sables ont été perturbées durant la journée du 20 janvier 2015.

25 Jan 2015, business.mega.mu

Baisse des Tarifs pour les Appels vers l’Etranger

Data Communications Limited (DCL) et Mahanagar Telecommunications Mauritius Limited (MTML) ont révisé leurs offres en cette fin d’année pour les appels internationaux.

29 Dec 2014, business.mega.mu

Télécommunications : Baisse des Prix de l’Internet de MT

Dès le 1er janvier 2015, l’internet mobile devrait connaître une baisse de 51 %. C’est ce qu’a annoncé, vendredi soir, le CEO de Mauritius Telecom, Sarat Lallah, lors du lancement de l’iPhone 6 et l’iPhone 6 Plus au Orange Shop de Bagatelle.

06 Dec 2014, business.mega.mu

Télécommunications : Les Clients d’Emtel Sujets à des Bugs

Suite à des travaux techniques sur le réseau d’Emtel, les clients de la compagnie de télécommunications ont eu à faire face à des bugs. Emtel assure que le problème est sur le point d’être résolu.

21 Nov 2014, business.mega.mu

Phone: Successful Tests By The Three Operators

The three operators, Orange and Emtel MTML, were delivered during the weekend of technical tests on their respective networks in conjunction with the transition in the night of August 31 to September 1, numbering seven to eight digits for numbers of mobile phones.

15 Aug 2013, business.mega.mu

Passage To Eight Digits: Emtel Phones and MTML Concerned

Doubts persisted about switching to eight-digit fixed wireless phones. It's confirmed, these lines using the mobile network (GSM) will also figure 5 from 1 September.

13 Aug 2013, business.mega.mu

Bharat Telecom: Each Customer Pays Rs 17.25 to CEB

The Central Electricity Board (CEB), in a statement Tuesday, reported the "misunderstanding" caused by Bharat Telecom regarding costs that customers of the ISP internet fiber optic must pay for the use of pylons CEB.

20 Feb 2013, business.mega.mu

Wireless Fixed Telephone Lines: Change to 8 Digits September 1, 2013

The Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA) said in a document dated 11 February 2013 that the wireless fixed telephone lines will increase to eight digits 1 September 2013 at 00:00 at the same time that the mobile phone lines.

14 Feb 2013, business.mega.mu

MT Network Failure: Minister Pillay Calls for Explanations

As users and subscribers of Orange, the Minister of ICT freaked following misfires network Mauritius Telecom (MT) during showers. Tassarajen Chedumbrum Pillay requires explanation.

14 Feb 2013, business.mega.mu

DCL To Launch 4G Network

Data Communication Ltd (DCL) is the latest Internet service provider on the Mauritian market, with the announcement on Friday of the launch in October of its 4G network named ALICE (Activate a Life of Innovation, Communication and Entertainment).

11 Sep 2012, business.mega.mu

Mauritius is set to join a growing list of African countries with a fibre-optic network

Mauritius is set to join a growing list of African countries with a fibre-optic network, which guarantees high-quality bandwidth and makes Internet services more accessible and affordable. The Mauritian government wants every home and office linked to the network, and Bharat Telecom, an Indian investor, is working to make the dream come true for the [...]The post Mauritius is set to join a growing list of African countries with a fibre-optic network appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

31 Aug 2012, KotZot

Agreement Emtel / Gateway to Improve Communication Maurice-Agaléga-Rodrigues

The telecommunications firm Gateway, which operates in Africa, has signed an agreement with the company Emtel to allow subscribers to Rodrigues and Agalega (photo) to communicate by cell phone.

11 Aug 2012, business.mega.mu

Privatization of Comoros Telecom: Users of ICT is Sounding Alarm

The Consumers' Association of Information Technology and Communications (ACTIC) said it was "firmly opposed" to the privatization process of Comoros Telecom, the public telecommunications operator, at a press conference in Moroni.

03 Aug 2012, business.mega.mu

Creativity at the Salon de la Communication

The grand launch of the Salon de la Communication was held Thursday, July 26. Professionals have relied on creativity to make this event a success. Advertising agencies, event companies, printing houses, production companies or agencies offering services related to media all have their presence.

27 Jul 2012, business.mega.mu

Massive Fraud on International Calls: Lax Operators Concerned ICTA

A formal notice was served to ICTA, whereas the association of companies the amount of international calls to act quickly. A fraud scheme was to come into operation earlier this year but still does not work.

24 Jul 2012, business.mega.mu

Mode de Paiement: Le Cellulaire Devient Cash

Plus besoin de se déplacer. À travers le téléphone cellulaire, achats et règlements de factures sont désormais possibles. Orange Money et CIM PayMobile proposent ce mode de paiement.

18 Jul 2012, business.mega.mu

How Mobile Puts Business at the Tip of Africa’s Fingers

Across the African continent, internet penetration is low, computers are often too expensive to purchase, and online business transactions can be logistically complicated to execute.

03 Jul 2012, business.mega.mu

Mauritius to Have Fibre Network Offering High Speed Broadband (100mbps) and IPTV

Bharat Telecoms is investing US$50 million in creating a 2,900 kms fibre network to cover Mauritius.

02 Jul 2012, business.mega.mu

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