Date: Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m Cape Town / 1:00 p.m London / 8:00 a.m New York
The pace of 4G deployment has accelerated in Africa, with most countries now boasting at least two 4G networks. As penetration increases, 4G is fundamentally altering the African broadband landscape, driving changes in pricing models and ushering in a new breed of players. As more African operators struggle with finding the optimal balance of affordable pricing and service profitability, and as traffic volumes continue to explode, this webinar will take stock of 4G developments in the region.
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