MTNL’s struggles worsen. How will the Indian government respond?

MTNL’s struggles worsen. How will the Indian government respond?

The Indian government has reportedly made a INR920 million (US$11,006,235.72) payment towards the bond dues of the struggling state-owned operator MTNL. Another INR640 million (US$7,657,535.01) payment is likely to follow from the government to help with MTNL’s interest obligations that are due in August.

WATRA calls for action on infrastructure sharing in West Africa

WATRA calls for action on infrastructure sharing in West Africa

The West Africa Telecommunications Regulators Assembly (WATRA), which as its name implies, brings together the region’s telecommunications and ICT regulators, is apparently hoping to encourage infrastructure sharing to lower the cost of internet access in West Africa.

Veon to deploy more energy equipment in Ukraine

Veon to deploy more energy equipment in Ukraine

Amsterdam-based Veon Group announced it will install more energy infrastructure for its Ukrainian unit Kyivstar to battle against extended blackouts caused by attacks on national energy infrastructure.