For the year ended 31 March 2021, Vodafone reported Group revenue decline by 2.6% on an annual basis to €43.8bn (FY20: €45.0 billion). The company said, “our good underlying momentum and the benefit from the acquisition of Liberty Global’s assets in Germany and Central and Eastern Europe was offset by lower revenue from roaming, visitors and handset sales, adverse foreign exchange movements and the disposal of Vodafone New Zealand.”

Read more: Vodafone Group announces Full Year 2021 results

Huawei and stc Bahrain signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a state-of-the-art content delivery network (CDN) ecosystem. This will allow service providers in various sectors such as advertising, e-commerce, media and entertainment, as well as online gaming to store their content securely with enhanced availability and performance.

Read more: Huawei, stc Bahrain join hands to deliver advanced CDN services

CSG announced a multi-year extension to its long-standing relationship with MTN South Africa, the largest mobile network operator in Africa. As part of this new agreement, CSG is advancing and enhancing MTN’s digital ecosystem. This includes migrating MTN’s enterprise and consumer customers to a new end-state systems architecture that will drive future growth and enable rapid delivery of innovative products and services.

Read more: CSG and MTN South Africa extend their relationship for a fully digitalized operator

The Global Partnership for Ethiopia, an international consortium composed of Vodafone Group, Vodacom Group, Safaricom, Sumitomo Corporation, the UK CDC Group, the US Development Finance Corporation (DFC), and supported by 75 local companies, just won a new telecommunications license in Ethiopia.

Read more: Vodafone Group consortium wins Ethiopia’s sole telecom license

Asiacell, once again, assumes a prominent leading role in Iraq by being the platinum sponsor of the Iraq Digital Transformation Summit that took place virtually on the 5th and 6th of May 2021 where many influential and revered thought leaders tuned in from around the globe to participate and share their thoughts on Iraq’s digital transformation strategy. Eminent attendees included Iraqi government officials, decision-makers, strategists, digital innovators, transformation leaders, banks, financial services providers, and donor organizations, to name a few.

Read more: Asiacell shows readiness to Iraq’s digitalized future

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