Despite a license being sold for a 4⃣th telco to enter the market, a lack of available spectrum is expected to block the move.
Zimbabwe will not go ahead with plans to introduce a fourth player into its mobile 📱telecommunications sector, due to a lack of available spectrum.
The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of 🇿🇼Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) says there is not enough free wireless spectrum to support a fourth player in the country’s mobile market. The sector is currently served by privately-owned Econet 📞Wireless and government-backed cellcos NetOne and Telecel.
POTRAZ technical services 👔Director Nicholas Muzhuzha also told that the fixed-line market – a monopoly for state-owned TelOne – could be expanded to accommodate a second operator. TelOne was granted a mobile license several years ago but opted not to 📵deploy a network.
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