The widespread adoption of origin based pricing in Europe is effectively a stealth tax that further encourages customers to switch to OTT services.
Why do Tanzanian telco execs keep being imprisoned? President Magufuli has forced the telecoms regulator to ignore its conventional powers and focus on hurting individuals instead.
Which stories grabbed the attention of your colleagues? April ranked as the sixth most popular month in the history of Commsrisk, and these were its ten most popular articles.
This serial ends with Joseph deciding he cannot fight a government that perfects extortion under the guise of fighting corruption.
The second installment of this serialization covers life in Keko Prison, where the government’s hostages share cells with murderers.
In the first part of this three-part serialization, the former Head of RAFM at Vodacom Tanzania recounts the day when he and his colleagues were falsely accused of a conspiracy.
Fake news stories circulated on WhatsApp claim that the coronavirus epidemic began in Wuhan because it was the first city with a 5G network.
Have a break from reading about coronavirus by taking a look at the Commsrisk articles which received most attention during March.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb has some career advice for risk managers willing to accept they cannot be popular with everyone.
This February ranked as the third most popular month in Commsrisk’s history. Take a look at the articles which drew the attention of telco risk professionals worldwide.