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French exit: After entry marked by big promises, Orange to leave behind a limping Telkom Kenya

SCI & TECH

The French’s eight-year expedition in the Kenyan telecoms market ends next month, Business Beat has learnt.

Telkom Kenya seeks Sh8b bailout

Telkom Kenya seeks Sh8b bailout

Struggling mobile phone operator Telkom Kenya is seeking a Sh8 billion bailout from its principal shareholders by July.

Jackson Okoth | 7 years ago

Orange Kenya wants Google to pay for services

Orange Kenya has challenged search giant Google to consider sharing revenue generated from traffic which runs on other provider’s network.

By Fredrick Obura | 7 years ago

Government loses ownership grip in Telkom Kenya

Kenya’s stake in Telkom Kenya is expected to drop to 30 per cent in a debt swap that will see the Frenchmen hold firm grip on the country’s oldest telecommunication firm.

- | 8 years ago

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