CCK issues trio of MVNO licences to Finserve, Zioncell, Mobile Pay

14 Apr 2014

The Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) has reportedly issued three local firms with mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) licences. According to Standard Media, the concession holders are: Equity Bank, through its subsidiary Finserve Africa, Zioncell Kenya and Mobile Pay. The virtual operators will all piggyback on Airtel Kenya’s network, while each firm will be obliged to pay a licence fee of KES100,000 (USD1,134).

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