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Angola needs more than 1,000 mobile towers

Tuesday 12 February 2019 | 20:35 CET | News
Angola needs around 1,200 mobile phone signal sharing towers, capable of supporting up to four medium and large operators, according to the general director of Antosc, Marcos Antonio Chaves, reports Angop. The first six towers with signal extension capacity of up to 30 km already operate with signals from Unitel and later from Movicel, Angola Telecom, as well as supporting the signal for the future global operator.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Angola Telecom / Infracom / Movicel / Unitel
Countries: Angola
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