Telephones & Mobiles businesses in Zambia

A cellphone is a telephone with no landline connection to make and receive phone calls.
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Deerhurst Zambia Ltd
IP Phones
Lusaka
Deerhurst Zambia offers an extensive range of Yealink IP phones covering all business environments, from enterprise-grade IP phones, Gigabit IP phones to touch screen IP phones. Their IP phone series includes but is not limited to SIP-T31, T40, SIP T48G colour, SIP-T32G colour, SIP-T38G IP Phone, SIP-T19P and CP960. No matter the budget or communication requirements, this company has a solution for you.
MTN Zambia
Mobile business services
Lusaka
MTN Zambia offers business solutions that are tailored to enhance communications and growth. The company offers least cost routing (LCR), cloud services, co-location, dedicated access, direct connect, reverse billing, toll free, private APN's, Y'ello SMS, SMS CUG, SME BIZpacks and MTN SME data packs.
Zambia Telecommunications Company provides customers with land-line services for home or business premises. Enjoy benefits on the land-line such as, cost control on prepaid lines and low calling rates on postpaid. With Zamtel prepaid, you top up your phone with whatever amount you need, when you need it.
Phone House Company Ltd
Tecno mobile phones
Lusaka
Phone House offers a wide selection of original Tecno branded mobile phones and iPads. Tecno is amongst the worlds most famous brands. The company caters for all sectors of the economy, offering low end and high end phones at competitive prices. All phones available at Phone House Zambia come with a 1 year and 1 month guarantee.
Airtel Zambia
Airtel mobile business services
Lusaka
Airtel Zambia provides a broad spectrum of business services tailored to meet the needs of large corporates as well as small medium enterprises. Their services include fixed voice, text and data. Through their Airtel Money electronic payment system, the company provides a variety of financial business payment solutions.

Telephones & Mobiles

A cellphone is a telephone with no landline connection to make and receive phone calls.

Find the telephone and mobile provider of your choice here. The mobile phone also called cell phone in Zambia has far outstripped the availability and use of landlines. The mobile phone has had a tremendous and lasting impact on our lives, more than any other form of telecommunications technology. Your smart phone allows you to browse the web, download apps, send messages, check your email, take photographs, play music, check your location using the built-in GPS receiver and make calls.

With the three airtime providers Airtel, MTN and Zamtel There also is a host of suppliers of handsets. There are many telephone systems providers to businesses across Zambia, working with world-class manufacturers offering a full range of telephony systems that can be tailored for the home and business needs. Catering for businesses of any size, and offering a diverse product range from basic two-user phone systems through to multi-feature systems these companies can be found here.

Mobile market

  • Airtel Zambia (formerly Zain/Celtel, Zamcell)
  • MTN Zambia (formerly Telecel)
  • Zamtel Mobile (formerly Cell Z)
  • Vodafone Zambia
  • UZI Zambia
  • Beeline Telecoms

Some interesting facts

According to ZICTA there are now 19 registered ISPs in Zambia including ZAMNET, ZAMTEL, Coppernet Solutions, Communcation Systems, UUNET Zambia, Microlink Technologies, Real Time, Zain Zambia, Bring,com Zambia Ltd, Epochal Digital Technology, Oisat Cable Limited, Post Link Limited, MTN Zambia, Pronet Online, Quick Edge

Airtel also claims to have the best mobile network coverage in Zambia. MTN is the runner up and Zamtel is the smallest network in Zambia.

Zamtel, whose official name is Zambia Telecommunications Company Limited, is a government-owned telecommunication service provider in Zambia.

Gracing the 5G Demonstration in Lusaka, Minister of Science and Technology Felix Mutati said the launch of 5G puts Zambia among the first 10 African countries currently piloting it.

There are currently three national mobile operators in Zambia: MTN, Airtel and Zamtel. The 3 major networks operate on following frequencies: 2G/GSM up to EDGE on 900 MHz, 3G/UMTS up to DC-HSPA on 2100 MHz and 4G/LTE on 1800 MHz (B3) and 2600 MHz (B7).

Later in 1994 the first Internet service provider (ISP) in Zambia, ZAMNET, was established, which has since been the leading Internet Service Provider in Zambia. In 1995 ZAMTEL introduced cellu- lar telephony using Analogue Mobile Phone System (AMPS) technology.